The Thom Hartmann Program is looking for message board moderators

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The Thom Hartmann Program is looking for message board moderators

Here are some things to consider if you'd like to apply:

  • Liberals, centrists and everyone in between are fine to serve as moderators here.
  • We prefer people who have been members for a while, and require that you spend some time on the forum before applying. You must be at least 18 years old.
  • You must be able to log on to The Thom Hartmann Program regularly.
  • There will be times that The Thom Hartmann Program will occasionally overturn decisions you made, or to make specific requests regarding the manner in which you participate on The Thom Hartmann Program while you're a moderator.
  • If you can't controll your emotions & behavior, or you can't be fair to a particular group of people, please do not sign up to be a moderator.

We encourage moderators to help begin threads with the news and topics of the day.
Here's how to volunteer:
SEND US AN EMAIL WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION - This will be confidential to Louise, Thom and Sue who runs the forum.

Send an email to louise@thomhartmann.com with the word "moderator" in the subject line.

  • Your real name
  • Your forum username
  • Your address
  • Your telephone number
  • Your email

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