Doodle 4 Google Competition

$30,000

March 20, 2020

Awards Available: 59

  • Scholarship Description
  • Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the Doodle 4 Google contest. From crayons to clay, graphic design, or even food, young artists can utilize any materials to bring their creation to life. Like all Google Doodles, each doodle must incorporate the letters G-o-o-g-l-e. One national winner will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • New Berlin , WI 53151

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Cheyenne G  on 12/3/2019 1:44:03 PM

swag

Sasuke U  on 10/21/2019 7:04:27 AM

What is Naruto doing applying for a scholarship? He should be taking care of his kid.

??  on 10/15/2019 10:13:09 AM

I’m losing my mind over someone naming them self “naruto” whoever u are, ily??? also I’m hyped

Tanya G  on 10/8/2019 11:17:30 AM

I'm not sure if I can win but I will try my best!!!!

Naruto  on 10/2/2019 2:05:50 PM

omg I AM SO HYPED FOR HIT!!!!!!

Adrian P  on 9/25/2019 8:32:23 AM

this is gonna be my 1st ever contest I just want to say good luck everyone

jacob l  on 9/10/2019 7:43:01 AM

oh my god I cant wait to do this I am crying this is one of the best things that has happened to me

Saba Ahmad  on 8/31/2019 4:29:32 AM

I passed class 12 recently this year. Am i eligible for this competition.

Anyah A  on 8/29/2019 12:20:40 AM

Art is my passion. Can't wait to get started.

Iriabel I  on 11/15/2017 7:17:03 PM

I want to be able to show others what I see differently from the world.I see the world can come together and be at peace if they really tried hard enough it's not that difficult.Everyone shows a side that they only want it to be shown.I think I qualify to winning let the doodling begin.

Michael F  on 11/11/2017 1:27:05 PM

I hope to be able to prove my artistic skills as a great way for Google to see how I view the world, to show that people can all be equal. I am delighted to compete in the Doodle 4 Google Challenge and show my artistic skills.

Nancy H  on 11/8/2017 5:27:20 PM

I'm crying, I'll try my hardest!!

Amal O  on 11/3/2017 8:01:20 PM

You have no idea of the beast you've awoken

9/22/2017 1:01:59 PM

The word doodle caught my eye and i immeditally jumped out of my seat i am so ready for the challenge

Xenia I  on 6/29/2016 10:31:54 AM

I do a lot of art techniques and very interested in this contest.

Logan K  on 1/31/2016 8:20:49 PM

I just tried to apple, why won't it let me? All I see is "See the judges" link?

Angella B  on 12/2/2015 8:15:25 PM

This is great

Diana V  on 11/14/2015 12:32:50 AM

As a college freshman I think it would be nice to open this scholarship up for college students as well.Sometimes when we are hunting for scholarships we do not see all the scholarships that are being offered.So that means that we miss out on a lot of scholarships. As a big well known name, I think Google should have it open to college students as well.

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