Students Against Melanoma (SAM)
Dear Students/Teachers/Principals/Parents, We invite you to be part of a wonderful opportunity. The Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation has expanded its educational activities to include a student-based program called Student’s Against Melanoma (SAM). SAM is committed to empowering young people to lead education and prevention initiatives in their schools and communities. SAM encourages all youth to get involved and be valued as a contributing member of their community. SAM’s approach involves students delivering sun safety messages to their peers through school and community based activities. The target audience will be middle and high school students in both public and private schools. Some examples of student’s projects include peer-lead presentations about sun safety and skin cancer prevention, teen workshops, awareness-raising and early detection activities and legislative work. The School District of Palm Beach County is proud to support the development of this program. SAM has the potential to reach millions of youth across the country. Therefore, we encourage you to take advantage of this excellent and exciting opportunity and be part of a renewed effort to decrease the mortality associated with skin cancer.
If you are interested in starting a SAM Club at your school, please register to obtain all SAM Club Resources. After registering, please complete the SAM Club School Membership form and fax to the RDK Melanoma Foundation.
Please fill out the form below and we will contact you.