What does a Page do?


What do Pages do?

House and Senate Pages are students who assist members of the General Assembly at our State Capital in Columbia, South Carolina.  Their duties include delivering materials and messages within the Capital complex, answering phones in the Members’ offices and working in the House or Senate Chambers when the General Assembly is in session.  Serving as a Page is an excellent way to learn about and participate in the legislative process of our State.  


How can I become a Page?

Applications are available in the offices of the House and Senate Clerks.  In the Senate, completed applications are sent to the office of the Senator for the district in which the applicant resides.  Pages must be college students and all positions are part-time.  All Pages have adult supervision and must adhere to a dress code and other rules.

If you are interested in becoming a Page for the South Carolina Legislature, contact the House or Senate Clerk at the following addresses:

Clerk of the House
Charles F. Reid
P.O. Box 11867
Columbia, South Carolina 29211

Clerk of the Senate
Jeffrey S. Gossett
P.O. Box 142
Columbia, South Carolina 29202

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