Colorado Public Health Mentoring Program (CPHMP)

Applications for the 2018 CPHMP NOW OPEN November 1-30, 2017!

CPHMP NOW SEEKING:

  • MENTORS with professional experience in public health, enthusiasm, the ability to assist in goal development and a commitment to enhance the public health workforce in Colorado.
  • MENTEES who are interested in learning more about public health, are new to public health or who would like support and guidance in their public health career. Mentees should feel comfortable setting goals and guiding their own learning experience.  *PLEASE NOTE: This program is not intended solely for job seeking purposes.
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The Colorado Public Health Mentoring Program (CPHMP) is a collaboration among Colorado Public Health Association (CPHA), Colorado Environmental Health Association (CEHA), and Public Health Nurses Association of Colorado (PHNAC). In addition, the Colorado School of Public Health (CSPH) is acting as a strategic thinking partner and offering support to assist with the program in 2017. Because CPHMP is financially supported by our professional associations, all participants MUST be a member of at least one of the following supporting organizations:


2018 CPHMP Schedule:

November 1-30, 2017:  Accepting applications

December 1-15, 2017:  Mentor preview period

December 18-29, 2017:  CPHMP Steering Committee matching

January 2-12, 2018:  Matches announced

January 19, 2018 (12pm-1pm):  Mentor Training Webinar (Mentors Only)

January 26, 2018 (11:30am-4:00pm):  CPHMP 2018 Kick-off Training

February-October, 2018:  Monthly mentoring sessions as negotiated with your match


CPHMP intends to cultivate a strong future for public health in Colorado by facilitating the mentoring process among public health professionals. Mentoring is a developmental relationship in which one person nurtures the professional development of another. This relationship can build pathways to career opportunities, improve recruitment and retention, enrich leadership, increase adaptability in the midst of challenges, heighten professional satisfaction and decrease stress and role conflict. Former CPHMP mentors and mentees alike have found the mentoring relationship valuable and informative.

CPHMP Lead Coordinator:

Kim Boyd, RN, NP, ND
303-667-6061
kim@lolina-health.com