Let’s say your friend has a burning question about anything, really. If you don't know the answer, your response may be, “I don’t know. Google it.” Next thing you know you both are on your phones googling
(yes, this is a verb) for a quick answer.
The Power of Google
What does sourdough bread and Tiger King have in common?
Nothing really, besides they were common search themes in 2020 according to Google’s Year in Search
report. There are more than 81 ways
you may be touched by Google each day.
Google must be one of the best things since sliced bread, the internet and grocery pick up—you get the idea, Google is a BIG deal. Google Classroom helped many U.S. teachers keep education alive during a pandemic, too!
$5,000 Discover® Student Loans Scholarship
No essay required. Students and parents are eligible to win.
With Google’s Doodle for Google
contest, YOU can use the Google logo influence to share how you are strong!
Use Doodle for Google as a platform for you to share your student experiences. The Doodle for Google
website provides a few inspirational ideas to get your creativity flowing with the following questions:
"• How do you rise above troubles and keep moving forward in tough times?
• When you make mistakes or get scared, what helps you clear the clouds above your head?
• When people around you are feeling down, how do you use your inner strength to lift them up?"
Doodle for Google: An Artist’s Dream
Calling ALL artists, (kindergartners to high school students) looking for their artistic claim-to-fame via the power of the world’s most used internet search engine. Imagine the number of people you’ll touch if you are the 2021 Doodle for Google winner?!
Niche No Essay Scholarship
Quick and Easy to Apply for a $2,000 Scholarship
The Doodle for Google 2019 winner, Arantza Peña Popo was a featured guest on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show. Get inspired by her creativity; check out Arantza’s 2019 doodle winning artwork
Students, Grades K through 12
Awards from $5,000 - $30,000
$2,000 CollegeXpress Scaredy Cat Scholarship
In just one sentence: What scares you most about the college admission process?
Find out more details on applying for the Doodle 4 Google Contest
I Am Strong Because...
This year’s Doodle for Google
contest theme is I Am Strong Because...
One of the coolest parts of this contest is the chance to have your winner’s artwork displayed on Google! Check out this step-by-step guide
on how the Google for Doodle competition works.
Winner, Winner…Dozens of Google Prizes
Don’t overlook the other prize levels and rewards
. There are three prize levels in the Doodle for Google contest: National Winner, National Finalists and State and Territory Winners. The National and State/Territory winners are grouped and judged in five groups.
1. Grades Kindergarten through 3
2. Grades 4 through 5
3. Grades 6 through 7
4. Grades 8 through 9
5. Grades 10 through 12
The Doodle for Google National Winner will receive a $30,000 college scholarship and Google will announce the national winner by having their artwork displayed on Google homepage for one day.
In addition, he/she will also receive a $50,000 technology package for their school or non-profit organization! If the national winner is still looking for more Google themed memories to mark this momentous feat, they will also receive swag and hardware to add to their winner’s collection.
Five, National Finalists are selected for the Google for Doodle competition. The national finalists will have their art featured on the Doodle for Google gallery
, receive a $5,000 college scholarship and Google hardware—And if that’s not enough, all five winners will win Google hardware and swag.
State, Territory Winners
At the State and Territory Winner level 10 or more winners form each grade group will be judged on a state-by-date basis. 54 State and Territory doodle winners will have their works of art showcased on the Doodle for Google gallery and will earn an assortment of Google hardware and swag. All 54 winners will earn a special celebratory message from Google to share with their learning communities.
Have more questions about the Doodle for Google contest? The contest’s site has a FAQ page
you can access.
Are You a College Student Googly-Eyed over Google?
Maybe you love the Doodle for Google contest, but you’ve realized you’re above the age range to participate. Check out these Google, Inc. internships below:
Software Engineering Internship
Co-Op Account Executive (Specialty Retail) Internship
Don’t Miss Out
Don’t miss any other important scholarships, contests or internships!
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