St. Louis County Seeks High School Students for Student Election Judges Program

The St. Louis County Board of Election Board is accepting applications for high school students who are interested in the Election Board's High School Student Election Judge Program. The Student Election Judge Program gives students an opportunity to work with veteran Election Judges providing hands on experience in learning how elections are conducted.
 
Participating in the electoral process is an excellent way to promote the importance of civic engagement and instill a sense of public responsibility in our young people as they enter adulthood. This can also be a great opportunity for students to earn community service hours for graduation requirements or earn a wage for working at a polling place on Election Day. 

To qualify, students must be at least 15 but under 18 years of age and be in the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. The Election Board also encourages high school students who are 18 years of age to apply as regular Election Judges. Interested students can apply by visiting: www.vote4stlco.com/pollaccess. Applications must be received by Friday, March 11 for students to work in the April 5th, 2022 General Municipal Election. 

To learn more, contact Jim McHugh with the St. Louis County Board of Elections at (314) 615-1858 or email highschoolprogram@stlouiscountymo.gov.