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Take the Icam Pledge

How Can You Get Started?

Taking the pledge is for both students and parents taking part in a social movement led by youth to inspire and motivate other young people to believe in themselves, achieve their goals, and increase their self-esteem. From bullying to self-image, to academic achievement, we address a wide variety of topics facing teens. Those who want to be a part of the movement pledge to uphold the seven principles of iCare About Me.

The 7 Principles

To Care About Me

To be a positive person for myself. To love who I am now and ask for help when I need it. Treat myself with respect and be the best possible me.

To Care About Others

I will positively impact my family, friends and those who I meet each day. I will be kind, helpful and respect the differences of others.

To Listen

To listen and learn from others. Keep an open mind to the ideas and beliefs that are different from mine.

To Grow
Always push myself to learn something new or try something different. When experiencing a challenge or a hard moment in life I will look for the opportunity to grow and learn.
To Be a Role Model

I will think before I speak. I will use my words and actions to make a positive impact. I will be responsible with my communication both in person and on-line. I will lead by example and stand up for those who cannot.

To Care About My Community

I promise to make a difference each day. To do something kind for another person, even if it just offering a smile. To respect my school, my neighborhood and my community. To create change for the causes I care about.

To Inspire Others

By being the best possible me, caring for others and my community I will do my best to inspire others to do the same.

it’s Your Turn

Take The Pledge

I pledge to uphold the values and principles of iCare About me to the best of my abilities to inspire and motivate others.

Parents, did you know?

Students’ achievement increases when parents participate in advocacy, decision-making, and oversight roles.

Research shows that when parents are involved children have:

  • Increased motivation, better self-esteem
  • Decreased use of drugs and alcohol
  • Fewer instances of violent behavior

Your involvement is critical in your child’s development!

Bring ICAM To Your School and Groups

Want to bring iCAM’s message to your group? There are many ways to do so. Take a look at our resources to implement the program on your own, or reach out to us for more options.

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