Your kid’s Google Doodle can win them a $30K scholarship
If you frequent the Google home page (and really who doesn’t), you’re familiar with Google Doodles; the search giant’s series of art based on the company’s logo that commemorates a date or person. Now it’s opening up its homepage to one lucky kid. Beginning today, its annual “Doodle 4 Google” competition is accepting entries from US students K-12 for the chance to win a $30,000 scholarship. The theme is, “What makes me…me.” Future college graduates can use any material they want and are encouraged to use a medium to showcases their uniqueness. The winning design will be featured on the site for one day. Entries must be submitted by December 7, 2015. So if you want to make a huge dent in your future college tuition, it’s a good idea to get those creative juices flowing.