What is the Senate Page program?
The North Carolina General Assembly's Senate Page Program allows young men and women to learn how the state government and 48th District are working for their constituents.
Senate Pages will have the opportunity to attend daily sessions, assist with committee meetings, and learn more about the legislative process.
Why should I serve as a Senate Page?
You will get a firsthand look at the legislative process. If you are interested in politics this is an opportunity most people don’t get, one on one time with legislators to ask questions and understand their position, make connections. You may also earn service credits or extra cash, and build your resume.
Who can participate in the Program?
High school students in the 9th-12th grade are eligible to become Senate Pages.
How long do Pages serve?
The Page Program is a week-long experience. Pages have orientation on Monday and work Tuesday-Thursday. Working on Friday is optional for pages.
What about absences from school?
School absences used to participate in the Senate Page Program will be counted as excused
Are Pages Compensated?
Pages will receive their choice of a $150 stipend or thirty hours of community service that may be used in accordance with the Page’s school or organization community service policy.
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