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CPHA Mentors on Request 

(previously Mentoring Organization Registry)

M.O.R. for the Future of Public Health

Make a Difference, Grow Our Workforce, Connect with Youth

In 2007, CPHA formed the Mentoring Organization Registry, now called Mentors on Request (MOR), with seven members. Today, the MOR comprised of is 45 organizational members representing a broad range of institutions, including higher education, local and state health departments and non-profits, that collaborate on grants and programs aimed at developing youth and undergraduates as future public health leaders, advocates, and knowledgeable citizens.


Who We Are

Unlike Fortune 500 companies that invest in company tours and internships to find young talent for their workplace, CPHA has a different attitude about spending time with students. Even if students do not join the public health workforce, they will be more likely to contribute to a healthy community by practicing healthy behaviors, caring for the environment and becoming effective public health advocates and educated citizens. In short, as career mentors and ambassadors, MOR members never lose when we spend time with youth and young adults.

         Mentors on Request (MOR) Members - As of January 2017

The 45 M.O.R. Members

American Cancer Society    Institute for Community Research
Black Women’s Health Council  Ledge Light Health District
Central CT Area Health Education Center  Meriden Dept. of Health and Human Services
Central CT Health District  New Britain Health Department
Chesprocott Health District  New Haven Health Department 
CT Area Health Education Center  New London Health Department
CT Association of Directors of Health  Newtown Health Department
CT Children’s Medical Center, Injury Prevention  Northeast District Department of Health
CT Department of Public Health  Planned Parenthood of Southern New England
CT Partnership for Public Health Workforce Development  Plainville-Southington Regional Health District
Curtis D. Robinson Center for Health Equity  Public Health Expertise Network of Mentors
Danbury Health and Housing Department  Southern CT State University Dept. of Public Health
Delta Omega Beta Rho, Univ. of CT MPH Program  Southern CT State University Public Health Society
Delta Omega Beta Rho, Western CT State University  Southwestern CT Area Health Education Center
East Hartford Dept. of Health and Human Services  University of St. Joseph
East Shore Health District   University of Hartford
Farmington Valley Health District Univ. of CT, Master of Public Health Alumni Board
Goodwin College  University of CT Master of Public Health Program
Guilford Health Department
 University of CT, Public Health Student Organization
Hartford Health and Human Services Department
 West Haven Health Department
Health Occupations Students of America, CT Chapter Yale School of Public Health
lHealth and Equity, LLC  Yale Emerging Infections Program
Hispanic Health Counci


2016-17 Priorities

MOR’s Advisory Board representing experts in public and private education, workforce development, curriculum development and mentoring will ensure that future MOR activities effectively connect educators to public health professionals. CPHA MOR top priorities for 2016 include:

  • Expanding public health experiential learning and career mentoring to undergraduate public health majors
  • Reaching 3000 students around the state through our National Public Health Week presentation
  • Piloting health literacy lessons inthree communities
  • Expanding training to enhance public health career mentoring and development of career pathways
  • Connecting MOR public health mentors to schools to develop experiential learning and capstone activities
  • Securing funding  to support a MOR staff person
  • Raise awareness of Public Health 101: From Disease Prevention to Disaster Preparedness as a blended curriculum available to all high schools and community colleges. The first four units are now available at


Free Tools for Educators, Employers and Mentors

Through our network of MOR volunteers we have reached over 10,000 students in 70 schools with public health information, messages and skills. The CPHA MOR provides members and teachers with online tools that engage youth in public health activities designed to  strengthen 21st century skills, such as: communication, collaboration, cultural awareness, health literacy, leadership, problem solving, technology and social entrepreneurship. To download our free guide, click on:

Activities and Tools for Teaching Public Health


How to Join the MOR

To connect with teachers and teaching institutions to prepare young people for community service, healthier lifestyles and careers in public health, just click here for the MOR Registration Form.


For more information about the CPHA MOR, please contact the MOR Chair Cyndi Stern at

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