The latest Google Doodle was courtesy of a second-grader from Virginia—and boy, is it funny and adorable.
Today’s @Google homepage features 2018 Google Doodle grand prize winner Sarah Gomez-Lane, 2nd grader from a Falls Church, VA! Sarah wins a $30K college scholarship and her school, Pine Springs Elementary, is awarded $50K for a “tech package.”https://t.co/C83KHcoiG8 pic.twitter.com/MkR6PxEZ1c
— Drew Wilder (@DrewWilderTV) January 8, 2019
Sarah Gomez-Lane won a Doodle for Google contest in 2018. For their tenth year, Google reached out and asked people to submit Doodles that reflect their hopes, dreams, and passions. The prompt was: “What inspires me…” Sarah says she wants to be a paleontologist when she grows up, and her Doodle indicates just that.
For the first time since Doodle for Google was launched ten years ago, a team was able to collaborate with Sarah to make her dino dreams come to life. Sarah also received $30,000 toward a college scholarship, and her elementary school in Falls Church, VA, will receive $50,000 to spend on technology to encourage their students to pursue what inspires them.