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MyIntent supports leaders in educational roles - such as teachers, educators, and camp counselors - in teaching mindfulness and social-emotional learning through our "What's Your WORD?" activity.

Educators across the country are pairing our "What's Your WORD?" question with an activity such as a writing assignment and then creating MyIntent bracelets for their students as a daily reminder to live their WORD.



We give 50% discount* to anyone working with youth in an educational setting (e.g. schools, camps, after-school programs, etc).
To apply for this discount, please fill out this form.

A credit card is required for orders less than $500 (after discount). For orders over $500 (after discount), we also accept Purchase Order.

*Discount valid for the items listed below in our Education Collection. For bracelets and refill tokens, discount is valid on BRASS items only.

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Education Collection


EDUCATOR FAQ

1. How can MyIntent help my school?

MyIntent's "What's Your WORD?" activity is an interactive way to supplement and enhance Social Emotional Learning and Positive Psychology programs, as well as, facilitate team building.
Download our PDF showcasing how teachers and administrators around the nation are using MyIntent's "What's Your WORD?"

2. Can I make and use the bracelets for fundraising at my school?

Yes! Making and selling MyIntent bracelets are a great way to raise funds for supplies, uniforms, or programs. To learn more, check out our free certification process and examples of fundraisers

3. Why is the Educator discount only valid on BRASS items?

About 10% of people are allergic to Nickel. Therefore, we've limited the Educator discount to BRASS items only to mitigate the chance that your students will have an allergic reaction.

4. Why aren't necklaces included in the Educator discount?

We've excluded necklaces to prevent any chance of necklaces becoming a hazard while children play on playgrounds, during sports, etc.

5. What age is this activity appropriate for?

We recommend this activity for children 12 years and older due to the reflective / mindful nature of the activity.

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