Google Hosts Doodle Contest

Google has launched its fourth doodles contest to find special "dressed-up" logos that the Mountain View, Calif. company will run on its home page for holidays and other events. Doodle 4 Google is an opportunity for one child to have their artwork displayed on Google's home page as a doodle for millions of people to see. This year's theme, "What I Wish for the World," should tap the imagination to reveal how kids view the future. The winner will receive a college scholarship, and a technology grant for their school. Google increased the college scholarship to $15,000, and added a $10,000 prize for the school district that submits the most high-quality entries.

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