About HS4CC

Ownership

2018 Moderators
2018 Volunteers

Jennifer Cook-DeRosa launched the Homeschooling for College Credit organization on Facebook in 2012, and now our community is 40,000+ strong across most social media platforms. We also have Facebook support groups in all 50 states run by volunteers who have experience guiding their own teens through homeschooling for college credit. 

Everyone who works in the organization, including Jennifer, is a volunteer.

No Ads

There are no ads running on these pages, and by keeping operational expenses to a bare minimum I can continue to provide free resources and services AD-FREE to as many people as possible for as long as possible.  This site is funded by the sales from the book, Homeschooling for College Credit.

Revenue & Affiliate Disclosure

Very occasionally I post something that includes affiliate links if it is for a program that I like, use, and is offering a deal to our readers.  When you shop using an affiliate link, a small commission  helps fund this website.  Thank you for supporting Homeschooling for College Credit!

Links taking you off this site

I make every effort to only share links of highly reputable and well-regarded websites.  If you encounter a link or product that is suspect, do not conduct business with them and let me know right away.

Influencer Posts & Advertising

If your company would like to sponsor a social media post or have me (Jennifer) give an honest review of a product, please contact Jennifer directly.  Your post will carry the hashtag #ad if it I post it on social media.

Jennifer’s professional work

Jennifer’s professional work inside the system inspired the establishment of this platform outside the system. As a life-long homeschooler with 25 years of experience in college administration, advising, and teaching, Jennifer uses social media to help parents find valuable tools and use smart strategies that are hard to find on their own. 

Jennifer is the author of Homeschooling for College Credit and speaks regularly to audiences about the opportunities and resources available to homeschooling families headed to college.

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