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Once Again, Oscar Mayer Is Recruiting Wienermobile Drivers At Penn State

Ever wanted to put your Penn State degree to use by driving a 27-foot-long hot dog-shaped truck around the country? You might just be in luck.

The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is making its way to Penn State’s from February 3 to 8 to try and find the next generation of recruits to join its “PR firm on wheels.”

A potential “hot dogger” will have the opportunity to earn a full-time paid assignment with the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile for one year. If hired, you’ll travel the nation inside the iconic Wienermobile to share your passions for food and “meat” different people across the Hotdog Highways of America.

If that tantalizing pitch sounds interesting, you’ll want to meet up with the truck while it’s in Happy Valley. When it’s not visiting classes and org meetings, the Wienermobile will be parked on Pollock Road between Carnegie and Willard or up near the Smeal College of Business. Hotdogger “Mustard Marcelo” specifically told us the Wienermobile will park near Willard from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday, February 4.

Additionally, to be considered for a position with the Wienermobile, you’ll need to attend an information session at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, February 8, via Zoom.

Still curious about what’s actually inside that Wienermobile? Check out our staff’s full tour of the iconic truck.

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Mackenzie Bruns

Mackenzie Bruns is a second-year at Penn State studying journalism and geography. She is from Macungie, Pennsylvania, which is approximately 2.5 hours away from State College (on a good day). When Mackenzie isn't writing for Onward State, you can find her scrolling through TikTok, probably watching cooking videos, or ranting about climate change. Want to reach her? Give her a holler through e-mail: [email protected].

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