Maine Google Doodler Needs Your Vote to Win Scholarship
Vote now and vote often for Maine’s Google Doodle finalist Inga Zimba a fifth-grade student at Albert S. Hall School in Waterville. She could win a $30,000 scholarship and needs your votes.
From Google.com, “Young artists coast to coast doodled their inventions to make the world a better place. Doodle 4 Google guest judges have chosen the 50 state winners. Now it’s your turn to vote!” Public voting deadline is Friday, May 9th.
The contest began with over 100,000 contestants, but judges have since narrowed the submissions to 50, one finalist from each state. Inga is one of 10 other finalists in her fourth- and fifth-grade group. “I love to draw; I sketch things all the time,” says Inga.
Google will be sending Inga to an awards ceremony at Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California. The national winner’s animated doodle will be featured on the Google homepage for the day of June 9.
“Google is inspiring children to do amazing things,” said Inga. “In the future, I think I’d like to study bees.” Go Inga! Vote now at Google.com