Welcome and thank you for your interest in joining our moderating team!
What does a HS4CC moderator do?
Moderators review requests by prospective members to join your FB group, monitor the comments to assure they align with our community standards (warm, kind, accurate) and you will share posts from the Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook page in the group. Moderators have the authority to create content for their state group, upload files and documents, share resources, and remove negative posts or members. No moderator is singly responsible for managing an entire group – all of our Facebook groups have at least 2 moderators leading the community.
Am I eligible to become a HS4CC moderator?
Anyone who would like to become a moderator must be a member of the HS4CC state group they want to moderate. If you are homeschooling, you must comply with your state’s homeschooling laws and encourage others to do so as well. You should also feel comfortable and competent navigating the Facebook platform.
We don’t need experts- we need people with a heart to help others and an enthusiasm for earning college credit in high school. If that’s you, we’d like to invite you to complete the short leadership training at the bottom of the page. Completion of this training is the first step in becoming a new HS4CC moderator.
Open your leadership training ebook (first link) because each video will correspond to a page in the book. The pages are too small on the video to read well – please have your book open in another tab so you can read all the words yourself.
After you’ve completed the training, the next step is to fill out the short card at the end. I (Jennifer) will receive a notification and reach out to you through email about getting you set up.
If you have questions about anything OTHER THAN tech, please don’t hesitate to send me an email. firstname.lastname@example.org Trust me, I won’t be able to help you with the tech!
Thank you as we work hard to have the BEST YEAR EVER!
A Brief History (page 4)
Our Organization & Core Principles (pages 5-6)
Facebook Moderator Responsibilities (page 7)
Posting Guidelines (page 8)
Frequently Asked Questions (page 9)
If you want to become a moderator, fill out the box below. Thank you!