NC House, Senate, and Governor’s Page Programs

NC House and Senate Page Programs

The North Carolina Senate and House of Representatives Page Programs provide the opportunity for students to find out firsthand how laws are made by helping in an individual senator’s or representative’s office. These pages must be between the ages of 15 (or in the ninth grade) and 18, must be in good academic standing in their schools and sponsored by a Representative or Senator.  There are no program openings currently scheduled for the 2021-22 school year due to COVID concerns.

NC Governor’s Page Program

NCHE helps to facilitate the opportunity for teens of North Carolina homeschooling families to participate in the Governor’s Page Program by setting aside a week each year as homeschool week and providing help for those who wish to go on their own at other times.

The Governor’s Page Program provides an opportunity for students age 16–or soon to be 16–through recent graduation) to find out first hand about the function/operation of state government. The Governor’s Office page program focuses on professional development, service opportunities and educational experiences in civics and history.  When Governor’s Page Week is an in-person experience, activities include visits and interaction with each of the three branches of government (visiting the State Supreme Court and justice(s); visiting the Legislature and meeting with House and/or Senate members; meeting with representatives of the administrative Cabinet).  For the NCHE group, an effort will be made to include a visit with the Office of Non-Public Education (the “homeschool office”).

The 2022 Governor’s Page Week

The purpose of the Governor’s Page program is to help high school students grow in the areas of civics, history, service and professional development.

The 2022 NCHE Governor’s Page week is November 7-10. This is currently planned to be virtual event.  To register for the program, click . For additional information and a personal contact, connect with Page Program Coordinator Erinn Foot at or or call her at 919-814-2069.   Participation is limited to 15 students. APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 21, 2022.  You should hear about acceptance into the program on or before October 28, 2022. 

All pages serve for one 4-day week:  Monday, 1-4 pm; Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

There is a dress code. Pages are expected to dress in conservative, non-distracting attire that will be visible on screen (no slogans on shirts).


Questions about these programs can be addressed to NCHE Activities Director Evelyn Bickley at

Contact Information:

The different programs have different applications and deadlines. To learn about each: