Pam Scifers

Pam Scifers
Hi there! I’m the Senior Inbound Marketing Manager for Pitsco Education. It’s been a pleasure working in marketing and product development for more than 10 years in the education industry –- sounds crazy to say, but I guess time flies when you’re having fun! I’m an alumna of Pittsburg State University where I played volleyball and sometimes studied. My work days are filled collaborating with the amazing folks that craft Pitsco’s online presence. Outside of that, my favorite roles include wife and mother to one little girl and one Goldendoodle. I love working at Pitsco, because it’s a company that is extremely open-minded, creative, and is willing to go the extra mile for its students, teachers, and employees.

Recent Posts

Partners in your success: The latest in robotics and coding for your classroom

Posted by Pam Scifers on January 16, 2019

We’ve spent nearly 48 years curating, manufacturing, and supplying products and solutions that empower and support your efforts to bring hands-on, minds-on education to your students and classroom. We’re always thinking, making, and looking out for things that can make your experiences more effective and fun. This is why we are so excited to introduce you to products and kits from five of our partners.

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Topics: Middle School, Elementary School, High School, ROBOTICS, Technology, Coding, TETRIX Robotics, 21st Century Skills, Hands-on Learning

What’s your teaching type? Find out here!

Posted by Pam Scifers on September 14, 2018

Let’s get personal, shall we? 

And since Im the one asking, I’ll volunteer to go first. I’m a wife, mother, daughter, sister, Taurus (to a T), marketer, food nerd, home design student, sports enthusiast, dog-loving gal. In my role at Pitsco, I strive to create personalized, meaningful experiences that resonate with our teachers and make a difference in your classrooms and students’ lives. I’m a planner and strive for routine, but I find myself juggling, problem-solving, and reprioritizing my ever-growing to-do list every . . . single . . . day.

As an educator, I’m sure at least that last part sounds somewhat familiar.

Which brings us back to the personal part . . . what type of teacher are you?

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Topics: IN THE CLASSROOM, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Giveaways, STEM, Resources, Teacher Development, Professional Development