Google is giving wannabe student artists a chance to have their artwork published on Google.com’s doodle with its new contest “Doodle 4 Google.”
The search giant’s contest is open for all students in the United states in grades kindergarten through 12. Aspiring artists can submit their own original entry until the 20th of March.
The contest has the theme of “If I Could Invent One Thing to Make the World a Better Place …”
Awesome prizes await the contest winner, as Google will award a tech grant to the victor’s school, provide a $30,000 scholarship, and the chance to go to the headquarters of the search giant and work with its team in charge of Doodles to animate their drawing.
The top entry is scheduled to appear on Google’s website on June 9.
Google Doodles are the occasional alterations of the multi-colored logo of the search engine for select occasions.