Google has a great opportunity for Illinois students. If you’d like to spread the word to your constituents, please see below for templates you can use on social media.
Google is currently accepting submissions for its annual Doodle 4 Google competition. Art-loving K-12 students from across the U.S., Guam and Puerto Rico are invited to bring their imagination to life in a doodle of the Google logo, using any medium they choose. The winning masterpiece will be displayed on the Google homepage for a day, where millions will enjoy it.
Google is asking kids to imagine what awaits them in the years to come and represent that vision of this year’s theme: “What I see for the future…” That can mean anything they see — even if it includes flying dogs, living on a shooting star, the trip of their dreams, or a distant world filled with dazzling new technology of all shapes and sizes.
In addition to the homepage showcase, the winner will receive $30,000 towards a college scholarship, and the opportunity to work with the Doodle team at the Googleplex in Mountain View. As an added bonus: Their home school will get to spend $50,000 on technology to help foster the next generation of professionals—possibly even future Googlers.
Students can submit their artwork now through December 2, 2016.
Here are a few sample posts:
- What do you see for the future? Submit your answer to the @Google Doodle 4 Google competition: https://goo.gl/4k4Utm
- Illinois students are creative! Share your ideas for the future via the @Google Doodle 4 Google competition: https://goo.gl/4k4Utm
- Time to get sketching! @Google Doodle 4 Google is open for submissions: https://goo.gl/4k4Utm
What do you see for the future? Submit your answer in the form of a doodle to the 2016 Doodle 4 Google competition. Students from Illinois are so creative. Represent Illinois with you submission to Google’s Doodle 4 Google competition. Make sure you submit these by December 2nd, 2016! If you need inspiration, check out this quick video. And get those art supplies ready!
Calling all artists! The 2016 Doodle 4 Google competition is open for submissions. All K-12 students are invited to create a Google doodle for the opportunity to win a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 Google for Education technology award for his or her school or community organization. The opportunity gives students across the U.S. the chance to display their own Google doodle on www.google.com. This year’s theme is “What I see for the future…” Students can submit doodles until December 2nd, 2016.
Teachers and community organizations can also bring Doodle 4 Google into their classroom in a number of ways, including utilizing free classroom activities and inspirational videos.
Entry forms can be downloaded from Google’s Doodle 4 Google site and completed doodles can be submitted by mail or online. For more details, including full contest rules and entry forms go to https://doodles.google.com/d4g/