USCHS Announces New Partnership with Capitol Page Alumni Association

The United States Capitol Historical Society is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the U.S. Capitol Page Alumni Association: a joint membership which gives former pages access to two great organizations working to preserve the history of the Capitol Building as well as those who served in it. All former pages are eligible for this special membership opportunity.

Former Pages who join at this special $75 introductory rate will receive a one-year membership to both organizations. By doing so, you will support our combined efforts to expand public appreciation for history and civic education. In addition to the benefits of a one year membership in the U.S. Capitol Page Alumni Association, you will become a Freedom Society member in the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, giving you access to a number of programming, publications and special membership opportunities. The membership benefits are as follows:

U.S. Capitol Page Alumni Association annual membership benefits

  • U.S. Capitol Page Alumni Association Membership Card
  • Discounts to Homecoming and regional alumni events
  • Commemorative Page Lapel Pin
  • Password Access to our online searchable alumni directory for one year

U.S. Capitol Historical Society Freedom Society Membership

  • USCHS Lapel Pin
  • One-year subscription to the biannual print edition of the USCHS newsletter, The Capitol Dome
  • Eligibility to join the U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union
  • 10% discount on all Society Merchandise
  • A complimentary exterior walking tour of the Capitol

The U.S. Capitol Page Alumni Association is the organization for former House, Senate and Supreme Court pages who worked and studied on Capitol Hill during their high school years. The Association was formed in 2008 by a group of former pages who sought a way to bring together those who shared this incredibly unique high school experience and who had the special opportunity to grow, and mature in the shadow of Capitol. Their mission is to serve former pages in the following ways:

  • Bringing together former pages from across generational lines
  • Hosting events
  • Fostering a sense of civic responsibility
  • Mentoring
  • Sharing and preserving the page program’s unique history

Founded in 1962 and chartered Congress in 1978 the U.S. Capitol Historical Society is a private, non-partisan, non-profit educational organization that focuses on the rich heritage of the U.S. Capitol building and the U.S. Congress. The U.S. Capitol Historical Society is the most recognized organization on the study and public outreach of the Capitol and the Congress. Its programs range from scholarly conferences, to research fellowships, to programs for students of all ages, to teacher workshops, to tours and public lectures, to commemorative events and the contribution of art, artifacts and documents to the Capitol Collections.

To join, please visit: Capitol Page Alumni Association