Each year about 30 young Vermonters are selected to work as Legislative pages in the Vermont State House. Pages deliver messages for the members of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the various Legislative offices. Serving as a page offers a unique opportunity to observe the workings of the legislature and to witness first-hand the often-historic events in Montpelier.
If you are a student who is interested in public affairs, and would like to serve as a Legislative page, you and your parents should read the conditions, complete the application form and submit it with a cover letter and other supporting information to the office of the Sergeant-At-Arms in the fall of your 8th grade year. Pages serve a six week period during the Legislative Session, 4 days a week, returning to school on Mondays for assignments. Pages receive a small stipend and housing is provided in homes in the Montpelier area.