Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Senate Page Program.
The Page program provides a unique opportunity for students to get a first hand experience of their state government. As a page, the student will work for one legislative day. Every page must be twelve years old or older.
The hours vary depending on when you page. Most legislative days run from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. A Page is paid $10.00 for their days service.
Pages are responsible for their own transportation to and from the Capitol. All pages must report to the Page Desk by 9:00 a.m.
The Page Desk is located directly in front of the Senate chamber on the third floor. An orientation session is held at 9:30 in room 341 for all pages. Here students will have explained the layout of the Capitol, where legislative offices are located, and provide a general overview of what they will be doing. It is recommended that every page be neatly dressed in comfortable shoes and clothing.
A certificate of service will be presented to each page at the end of the day. This certificate will serve as an excuse from school.
If the page program is something you would like to do, then please fill out this application. The Lieutenant Governor has a limited number of pages per session. You may be put on a waiting list for next year or you may get to pick a day this session. You will notice within the application that three choices of dates are listed. This is to provide the Lieutenant Governor's office staff with the ability to search other dates to find a vacancy if it is available. If there are none, you may reach out to your local state senator or representative.
Minimum age requirement is twelve (12) years of age.
If you have any other questions, please contact Kim Crowell (404) 656-5030.