D.P. Miller’s Robot Parade is a community-based, all-girls robotics club in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, PA. Girls in middle school through high school work together to participate in an educational robotics competition, Botball.
This community club was formed to create an atmosphere where girls are empowered to create, learn, and compete with fully autonomous, creatively engineered robots. Though it is a small group, D.P. Miller’s Robot Parade is mighty in its depth, meeting for over six hours a week during the winter and spring months in preparation for the annual Botball tournament in April.