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Have you ever seen the creative, personalized versions of the Google logo that Google puts up on the site for holidays and other special occasions? Well, did you know that the Doodle for Google contest allows K-12 students to submit their own creative interpretations of the Google logo? Each year, eligible K-12 students may submit their own Google Doodles to the contest for the chance of winning up to $30,000 for themselves and $50,000 for their school or non-profit organization. In addition to the monetary award, the winner will have their logo displayed on the Google website for 24 hours and will receive Google hardware and “fun Google swag.” National finalists will receive a $5,000 college scholarship, receive Google hardware and swag, and will have their artwork displayed in the Doodle for Google gallery.
If you’re a creative K-12 student wanting to put your art skills to the test, the Doodle for Google Scholarship contest may be the perfect opportunity! We encourage you to apply.
This scholarship is open to all K-12 students who meet the below eligibility requirements.
High School Students
US Citizens, Permanent Residents
To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online or mailed entry form, their original Google Doodle (either the real thing or a photo of it), and the below application materials.
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