Application Process: Page Program
Depending on eligibility, the following provides information on the submission of an online application during the Legislative Page Program recruitment periods. There are three steps:
Step 1: Register - to register, student applicant must use their own individual email address and choose a password.Once registered, student applicant will be able to log in at any time to continue the application process or to edit/view their profile. (Note: family emails or school emails are not acceptable)
Step 2: Create Profile - student applicant must enter their personal information (address, birth date, telephone number, email) and their parent/guardian name and contact information.
Step 3: Start Application - student applicant must enter their school information (address, telephone number, school principal) and write an essay answering the following questions (750 words max.):
- What experiences, achievements (academic, athletic, volunteer) and activities have you been involved in at school, at home or in the community that demonstrate your leadership, responsibility and interpersonal skills?
- Why are you an ideal candidate and what unique characteristics would you bring to the program?
Hint: Use specific examples in your essay to support your application.
To finish the application process a consent form (PDF) must also be submitted. This form requires several signatures (parent/guardian, homeroom teacher, principal), the student 's academic standing and teacher comments. A school administrator must submit the completed form directly to the Legislative Page Program on behalf of the student applicant via email to email@example.com.