The Montana Legislature hires dozens of high school juniors and seniors to work as pages during each regular legislative session. Pages help legislators and the House and Senate staff by running errands, delivering messages, distributing bills, setting up and cleaning committee rooms, and other assorted office duties.
Pages generally serve for a week and are paid minimum wage. Participants are responsible for arranging their own meals and housing.
To become a page, you must be recommended by a state senator or representative and have a completed Page Designation Form.