About the Scholarship

Doodle 4 Google is approved by Google Inc. Google has been facilitating the Doodle for Google challenge each year since 2009.

The challenge is open to K-12 students of the United States, they motivate candidates to make their very own Google doodle for the opportunity to have it featured on google.com as well as some extraordinary grants and tech packages for schools as prizes.

An applicant must be creative, innovative, and think different and produce doodle to win this contest.

How to apply for this contest?

  • The doodles are to be submitted using the entry form. A student must submit their drawing with google logo on it and current year's competition theme.

  • Students must write a description of a statement to describing what students have drawn and how it represents something that you hope for.

  • Candidates may create a doodle using any medium or materials.

  • The doodles submitted by the students are to be in a two-dimensional (2D) format.

  • Original 2D scannable doodles made with materials such as paint, pencils, crayons, markers, chalk, pastels, charcoal, cray-pas, or a 2D collage will be accepted.

  • The doodles must be computer-generated images and those must be signed by a parent, guardian, or teacher.

Doodle 4 Google Contest Award Amount

Total award amounts to $30,000 each academic year and is non-renewable. A winner will also receive a $50,000 as a technology grant and national finalists will receive $5000 towards their educational expenses.

A total of 5 deserving candidates with exceptional designing skills will receive the content amount every year.

Deadline Information

All the necessary documents mentioned above must be sent to the concerned department no later than March 18 to be eligible for the award amount. Any delay/offensive/copyrighted content will be immediately disqualified.

Eligibility Criteria

  • An applicant must be a legally recognized citizen of the United States.

  • Must be currently enrolled in grades K-12.

  • To be eligible for the scholarship, a candidate must be interested in drawing and visual art.