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National Public Health Week

CPHA Mentors on Request (MOR)

Follow these 2 Steps to Join

Move and Mentor Step Challenge 2019


1.    Register your MOR (Mentors on Request) organization as a Step Challenge Team here

2.    Go one step further:  Register to play an active role in MOVE and MENTOR

  •  Mentor CT HOSA students while you count your steps. Earn Steps for your team plus a Star* for mentoring (placed in the comment section).
  •  Get recognized for mentoring at the CPHA Awards Breakfast:

Mentoring Counts. (Here’s how you can actually count it.)  At the end of each week when you send in your steps, add stars* equaling the number of days you mentored while you walked. The MOR has a prize for the mentor with the most stars. 

E.g.  If you walk 30,000 steps and mentor while you walked 3 times, report:

 Week 1:  30,000 ***      = 3 mentored walks                       

  •   CT HOSA has a membership of 25 high schools and colleges in Bridgeport, Danbury, East Haven, East Lyme, Manchester, New Britain, New Haven, New London, South Windsor, and Waterbury.


  • MOVE and MENTOR at least one time starting TBA.
    •  Talk about:
      • Your career pathway and how to navigate theirs. Check out our Speed Mentoring Guide for tips on career mentoring.
      • Violence prevention
      • Other timely public health topics and issues.


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Comments and pictures from CPHA 3030 Step Challenge 2017


"At a lecture in Canton by Jennifer Kertanis, I was stunned to learn that 20% of adults experience some sort of depression disorder, …and nearly 9% of young adults age 18-25 reported non-medical use of pain reliever. What better way to combat these serious issues than taking advantage of our wonderful walking trails.Walking is a great mood elevator." - Dorothy Paleologos - Principal Netmark Associates, Canton CT                           

Area Health Education Centers AmeriCorpsWorkers  Manchester High School
  “This challenge motivated me to fulfill my goal of living healthier.  It jumps started my training for the Hartford half marathon.” -Brittany Trinka “Walking with students not in my patient care class gave me a chance to make new friends.” 


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