The Fishhead Computer Club also known as FHCC is a private fraternal organization that requires an application and processing for membership in addition to annual membership dues. There are rules and codes to abide by as well as age restrictions. You must be 18 years of age, and a United States citizen to join this chapter. This chapter is to date the only chapter and is privately owned by the founders guild.
There is no fast track to becoming a member. There is no automatic acceptance. There are no trial accounts. Everyone must take the process and it takes time to be a fishhead. You must complete the paper application and mail it in along with the new member processing fee. If the application is incomplete you will not become a member and your processing fee will not be returned to you. If you don't meet the listed criteria you will not be allowed in so don't waste your money
applying knowing your not getting in. Just trying to be honest here. Think of FHCC as your local vets, elks or moose club only the club house it online. Once you apply and are excepted you will receive by US Mail your official membership letter. It will contain all you need to access the clubs resources. Annual dues is required to maintain the clubs resources. Your membership entitles you to one member vote on all voting instances.
Your membership also entitles you to run for, candidate for and seek elected club office. Allows you to join and take part in guilds. And most importantly allows you to grow through education and community.
The current application fee is $35 and it is non-refundable. (we pay people to process applications in house)
The current annual member dues is $100 and it is non-refundable.(before you say it is too high keep in mind we own our own rack servers and pay good money for outside data centers.)
- Must disclose major felony convictions.(see application)
- US citizenship or legal alien status.
- 18 years of age or older.
- Must disclose all government policing activity.(see application)
You must also have a willingness to keep private matters private. Our business is not for the world to see.