The U.S. Congressional Page Program is a unique program in which high school juniors have the opportunity to work on the Senate Floor and watch the legislative process first hand. Pages play a vital role in the legislative process. Their jobs are to work in the Senate chamber when Congress is in session assisting senators in many different ways.
Not only do congressional pages work for Congress, but they also are exposed to challenging educational programs at the Senate page school. The Page School ensures pages will graduate on time when they return to their respective states and prepares them for college. In addition, the schools make sure the pages are learning as much as possible about Washington, DC and the legislative process.
To apply for a Page position, please send a letter to Senator Johnson's Washington, DC Office stating the reasons you are interested in becoming a Page and listing any activities that you have been involved with in high school.
There are four sessions