We've all sat around and doodled during our grade school days, and some of us still do it during board room meetings and any other time our minds wander. Kids today have it better than we ever did -- while our doodles all ended up in the dust bin, Google will award a $30,000 scholarship to one lucky artist as part of its 2014 Doodle 4 Google competition, the search giant announced.
The winner will also see his or her school receive a $50,000 Google for Education technology grant. However, the contest is themed. Google requires participants to ask themselves the following question: "If I could invent one thng to make the world a better place..."
Students in grades K-12 are eligible to submit a single entry (if more than one are received, only the first will be considered and the rest discarded). There are no limits to how many doodles can come from each school, Google states in a related FAQ page.