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Doodle 4 Google Contest
 Google is sponsoring the 10th annual Doodle 4 Google contest. Students are invited to create a doodle with a positive theme that communicates universally to all “What inspires me.” Each doodle must consist of the word “Google” included on the entry form. Any medium is allowed (crayon, paint, wood, food (photograph it), collage cut-outs, clay, sikscreen, etc…) One National Winner may be selected to receive a $30,000 college scholarship and more. Four other contestants may receive $5,000 scholarships and other prizes.
 Deadline: March 2, 2018
Contest Overview: http://doodle4google.com
Examples from Google’s Doodle Team: google.com/doodles 




Growing Up Asian in America STUDENT ART, ESSAY & VIDEO CONTEST


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Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest

The contest is open to K-12 grade students residing in the U.S. 
 Students’ artwork must depict a land or ocean-dwelling species that either lives in or migrates through the United States and its waters, or a plant/flower that is found in the United States, and has been placed on the threatened/endangered species list or is considered a recovered species or a candidate species (proposed to receive protection). You can choose a species from one of five categories of eligible species in a drop-down menu in the Subject Matter section of the contest guidelines. 
 Accepted media: Crayon, ink, acrylics, oil paint, pastels, water color, colored pencils, scratchboard, color marker, chalk, pastels, charcoal, or paper collage.
 Submissions must be received electronically by March 1, 2018.
 Contest information and complete guidelines are available here:





#CSEdWeek is the start of Google Code-in, a contest introducing teens to open source software development

Interested students can now register at the contest site, g.co/codein, and start claiming and working on tasks designed by 14 open source projects. Students can earn certificates, t-shirts, hoodies and a grand prize trip to Google’s headquarters next summer.

Google Code-in is an opportunity for students to use the skills they have been learning in the classroom and apply them to real open source...