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Doodle for Google Scholarship 2023/2024, which is fully funded and sponsored by Google, is presently accepting applications from eligible students.
Google is one of the biggest technology companies in the world, and they are always looking for ways to foster creativity and innovation. One way they do this is through the Doodle for Google scholarship, an annual competition that invites students from across the United States to create their own Google Doodle.
The Doodle for Google Scholarship 2023/2024
Students in grades K-12 are eligible to participate in the annual Doodle for Google Scholarship competition.
Participants are given the opportunity to create their own Google Doodle, with the chance of having it featured on Google.com.
In addition, winners will receive impressive scholarships and cutting-edge technology prizes for their schools.
Students are encouraged to take part in this competition to showcase their creativity and artistic abilities.
Eligibility for Scholarship
To be eligible for participation in the Contest, an applicant must meet the following criteria:
1. Be either a United States citizen or a lawful permanent resident with proof of permanent legal residence.
2. Get permission beforehand from a parent or legal guardian.
For entrants who have not reached the age of majority, written permission from a parent or legal guardian is required to be eligible for any prizes, as stated in Section 8 of these Rules.
If prohibited by law, participation in the contest will be invalid.
Requirements for Doodle for Google Scholarship
The doodle and supporting statements submitted must satisfy the following requirements:
1. They must not contain any content that is derogatory, offensive, threatening, defamatory, disparaging, libelous, inappropriate, indecent, sexual, profane, slanderous, or in any way goes against the spirit or theme of the Contest.
They must also not promote hatred or harm against any group or individual.
2. They must adhere to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, as well as any laws and regulations in the state where the doodle and supporting statement are created.
3. In the Sponsor’s sole discretion, the entries must not include any content, materials, or elements that display any third-party advertising, slogans, logos, trademarks, character representations that imply sponsorship or endorsement by a third party or commercial entity, or that are inconsistent with the Contest’s spirit.
4. The submissions must be original, unpublished works that do not incorporate any information that belongs to another person or organization.
5. The doodle must not be involved in any ongoing legal disputes or claims.
6. The Entrant must not include any insulting comments about the Sponsor or a third party.
7. The submitted doodle must be scannable and two-dimensional, such as a drawing or painting, and cannot include videos or GIFs.
How does it work?
To participate in the Doodle for Google scholarship, students must submit their Doodle design along with a written statement that explains their inspiration for the design. Entries are judged on artistic merit, creativity, and how well the design represents the theme of the competition. The competition is broken down into five grade categories, and there is one national winner for each category. The national winners are then judged against each other to determine the overall winner, who receives the scholarship prize.