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Senate Page Program
Senate Page Program offers students 16 years old and older the chance to witness government in action and meet some of the country's most prominent political leaders. Students who are high school juniors with a good academic record may be eligible.
Students must be sponsored by a senator. This is a very competitive position with a limited number of openings. Pages may work September through January, January through June, or during one of two summer sessions. Interested students should indicate their interest by writing a letter to their state senator indicating why they want to become a page, what their qualifications are, and what session they are interested in working.
Pages sessions begin with morning classes at the Senate Page School and then work until 4:00 p.m. They are paid on the basis of an annual salary of $21,978. Duties include delivering correspondence and materials, taking messages, and delivering bills. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above and be juniors in high school. All pages are required to live in the Daniel Webster Senate Page Residence during the school year.
Pages have served the U.S. Congress for more than 175 years. About 100 men and women serve as pages at any given time.
The location is usually in MARYLAND.
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