January 04, 2010 at 07:53 PM EST

We warned you last month that the youngest of the Jonii (excepting, of course, nine-year-old “bonus Jonas” Frankie—still unsigned!) was going solo. Now, post-Grammy-nominations-broadcast bow, 17-year-old Nick has released the official video for “Who I Am,” the first single from the debut album from his new side project Nick Jonas and the Administration, due February 2.

Watch the clip below; its cancer survivors, military moms, and gothy honor students are a do-good lesson in defying stereotypes—and incidentally, sort of an altruistic take on INXS’s my-cue-cards-tell-the-tale “Mediate” video circa 1987:

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