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House pages are high school juniors hired to serve as paid helpers for members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Once accepted, they live, work and study as pages in Washington, D.C. Pages live in the House Page Residence Hall and study in the House Page School. Their work responsibilities and studies are administered by the Office of the Clerk of the House, under the direction of the Majority and Minority leadership and the U.S. House of Representatives Page Board. Under federal law the Page Board is charged with ensuring that the page program is "conducted in a manner that is consistent with the efficient functioning of the House and the welfare of the pages."
All students applying to be pages must be sponsored by a Member of Congress (representative or senator) from their home state. Thus, the first step to becoming a page is to ask a Member of Congress for sponsorship. Page eligibility is limited to juniors in high school with at least a 3.0 GPA. All applicants must be at least sixteen years old on the date they begin their page term.