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Learn and Connect at Pitsco Events

Pitsco is all about meeting you where you currently are – not just terms of your classroom and student needs, but also literally. We love to connect face-to-face. From national conferences, state meetings, and local symposiums to hands-on professional development and training sessions, we bring STEM to you.

Events are a great opportunity for us all to learn together. We strive to build strong relationships within the Pitsco family and want to help connect like-minded educators to each other for future collaborations and a resource community.

We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events soon!

March
March 27-30, 2019
Kansas City, MO
Visit our representatives at Booth 314! #iteea
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ITEEA - International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
ITEEA’s 81st Annual Conference, to be held in Kansas City,MO 2019, focuses on building bridges within the STEM community and beyond. Building bridges helps everyone to understand the important role technology and engineering contributes to STEM education.
April
April 11-14, 2019
St. Louis, MO
Visit our representatives at Booth 1181! #nsta2019
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NSTA - National Science Teachers Association
NSTA is proud to present more than 1,200 education sessions, including case studies, hands-on workshops, presentations, award and grant programs, and exhibitor workshops covering critical topics important for every science teacher and administration professional—on NGSS, STEM, 3-D learning, technology solutions, student engagement techniques, access for all students, the role of literacy in science, and much more.
April 17-20, 2019
Houston, TX
We will be on site offering technical support for FIRST TECH Challenge teams! #morethanrobots #firstinspires
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US FIRST Robotics Competition
Prepare to be inspired as you watch tens of thousands of students compete on the world stage at the FIRST® Championship presented by Qualcomm® Incorporated. With all the heart-pounding thrills and team spirit of a professional sporting event, FIRST uses robotics as the backbone for the "only sport where every kid can go pro." Guided by mentors and STEM professionals, and supported by FIRST Sponsors, FIRST teams inspire kids in grades K-12 to explore the innovation process and build STEM and digital-literacy skills. Watch the exciting competitions and visit teams in the "pits." We guarantee you will leave impressed.
April 24-27, 2019
Detroit, MI
We will be on site offering technical support for FIRST TECH Challenge teams! #morethanrobots #firstinspires
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US FIRST Robotics Competition
Prepare to be inspired as you watch tens of thousands of students compete on the world stage at the FIRST® Championship presented by Qualcomm® Incorporated. With all the heart-pounding thrills and team spirit of a professional sporting event, FIRST uses robotics as the backbone for the "only sport where every kid can go pro." Guided by mentors and STEM professionals, and supported by FIRST Sponsors, FIRST teams inspire kids in grades K-12 to explore the innovation process and build STEM and digital-literacy skills. Watch the exciting competitions and visit teams in the "pits." We guarantee you will leave impressed.
June
June 25-29, 2019
Louisville, KY
Visit our representatives at the Urban Search & Rescue competition! #SkillsUSA
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SkillsUSA
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. They provide educational programs, events, and competitions that support career and technical education (CTE) in the nation’s classrooms.
December
December 4-7, 2019
Anaheim, CA
Visit our representatives at Booth 602! #VISION19
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ACTE CareerTech VISION
Join the premier annual gathering of CTE professionals in an exciting, educational, informative, and inspirational agenda packed with CTE sessions, an expo show and career pavilion, awards and recognition, and a rich array of networking opportunities.

“It’s not just the essential skills that students are walking away with. They’re learning. They’re gaining a soft skill, that design-thinking component.”

– Dr. Tory C. Hill, superintendent, Sweeny (TX) ISD, on STREAM Missions labs and STEM Units

“I love all of the hands-on activities! The enthusiasm from all of the presenters was wonderful. I enjoyed the hands-on activities and the incorporation of ELA into each lesson . . . real life!”

– Fifth-grade teacher, Grand Prairie ISD, Frontiers of Flight event