Who won Doodle for Google 2010?

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Who won Doodle for Google 2010?

Makenzie Melton
Doodle 4 Google 2010/Winners

How many winners are there for Doodle for Google?

54
Today, we’re announcing our 54 state and territory winners. To celebrate our talented winners, we sent each of the 54 students Google hardware and swag — as well as a very special congratulatory video message honoring their artistry from the Doodle for Google team.

Who is the Doodle for Google Winner?

Milo Golding
Today we congratulate the U.S. 2021 Doodle for Google contest winner—Kentucky-based 11th grader Milo Golding! Milo’s winning artwork was recently announced on NBC’s TODAY show and is featured on the U.S. Google homepage today for 24 hours.

Who won Doodle for Google 2021?

We’re excited to announce our 2021 winner is 11th grader, Milo Golding from Lexington, Kentucky! Milo’s Doodle titled “Finding Hope” spoke to the resilience and hope that lives in all of us. Let’s get to know this year’s Doodle for Google winner: Has art always been a part of your life?

What is the prize if you win Google doodle?

The Doodle for Google National Winner will receive a $30,000 college scholarship and Google will announce the national winner by having their artwork displayed on Google homepage for one day. In addition, he/she will also receive a $50,000 technology package for their school or non-profit organization!

Who are the finalists for the Google Doodle?

Congratulations again to MacKenna, Sharon, Yewon, Gwenith and Morrah! As National Finalists, our student winners will receive a $5,000 college scholarship, Google hardware for the school year and some fun Googley swag. Check out their artwork, along with all 54 of the state winners on our website gallery .

How many states won the Google Doodle contest?

After carefully reviewing all of the submissions, we announced our 54 state winners and opened up public voting on our website. And today we are happy to share that the votes are in and the judges have deliberated.

Which is the best Google Doodle in India?

Divyanshi Singhal from Gurgaon won for her Doodle titled “The walking trees”. Google is honored to award Divyanshi with INR 5,00,000 college scholarship and INR 200,000 technology award for her school. On 14th November, Divyanshi’s doodle will be featured on the Google homepage for the whole India to see!

What did Makenzie Melton get for her Google Doodle?

Makenzie received a $15,000 college scholarship, a netbook computer and a $25,000 technology grant for a new computer lab at her school. Her doodle will also be featured on the Google.com homepage tomorrow, May 27, for millions of people to enjoy all across the country.

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