BY JASON DON FORSYTHE

Looking to harness your student’s creative energy and possible have them win a college scholarship at the same time? Google is once again staging their Doodle 4 Google competition, letting K-12 students across the country take a crack at redesigning the iconic Google logo. We’ve plugged this competition in the past, but it’s worthy of a re-mention. The theme for this year’s competition is “If I Could Do Anything, I Would …” All of the details about how to register your school and submit entries can be found here.

In addition to students winning prizes from scholarships to laptop computers, the ultimate grand-prize winner’s school (that’s right I said school) will receive a $25,000 grant toward a multimedia computer lab. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention the winner’s artwork will be on display on the Google homepage for 24 hours. Talk about exposure!

Participants must register by March 17 and submit their entries by March 31. Time to get out the crayons and markers and produce some masterpieces.

Doodle 4 Google

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