John Carroll University Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocates are students committed to promoting healthy choices and lifestyles through educating and empowering themselves and their peers on a variety of health-related topics. By providing innovative, creative, and educational programming, outreach, and one-on-one interaction opportunities, the Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocate will serve as a resource, referral agent, and role model for his/her peers.

Through training and group dynamic development, the Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocate will learn to take care of his/her own wellness, deal appropriately with stress, and increase leadership skills. Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocates will be expected to provide their peers with information to make healthy, informed decisions regarding health and well-being. Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocates are aware of health-based initiatives at JCU and are committed to living healthy lifestyles themselves. They are aware of campus resources and are comfortable in promoting healthy relationships and substance-free activities.

Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocates are trained at the beginning of spring semester through a weekend educational retreat and bi-weekly meetings. Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocates are trained in listening, confrontation, and self-care skills, as well as theory, strategy, leadership, and health information. To apply to be a Healthy Streaker Peer Health Advocate, please stop by the Health Promotion and Wellness Office, Suite 054 in the Student Health & Wellness Center. Application deadlines are September 28, 2014. Training will be held in January, 2015.