Palm Bay Magnet High’s Isabelle Medina to Serve in Florida Legislature Page & Messenger Program

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Medina interned for Congressman Bill Posey's office in Viera last summer

Palm Bay Magnet High 11th grader Isabelle Medina has been accepted to serve in the Florida Legislature 2020 Page & Messenger Program and will head to Tallahassee in early March. (BPS image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Magnet High 11th grader Isabelle Medina has been accepted to serve in the Florida Legislature 2020 Page & Messenger Program and will head to Tallahassee in early March.

The Page & Messenger Program provides an exclusive opportunity for Florida students to observe and participate in the passage of state laws.

Whether working inside or outside of the House Chamber, participants gain a unique perspective on the duties and responsibilities of the House.

Similarly, Pages and Messengers engage in civic activities that model the legislative process, such as bill drafting, mock committees, and a mock session.

There are also numerous opportunities to explore the other two branches of Florida’s government, hear from guest speakers from within state government, and even tour parts of Tallahassee, depending on the week served.

Medina interned for Congressman Bill Posey’s office in Viera last summer and participates in Model Student Senate.

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