So you want to be an elf, eh? You want to live at the North Pole, ride in the sleigh and play with the reindeer, huh?
We’ll see about that.
Becoming Santa’s elf is serious business. On those who really love Christmas, understand Santa Claus and really like other people should ever apply to become an elf. Oh, and it helps if you like cookies, too.
A lot of people get elves wrong. They don’t understand that an elf can look just like anyone else. They dress just like anyone else. And they don’t all live at the North Pole. Santa needs elves everywhere and he has millions of them working for him around the world. Your neighbor, your best friend, your school teacher — anyone can be an elf and you’d never know it because elves are sworn to secrecy. When you are an elf, you have to keep that to yourself.
Why? Because that’s the way Santa works. That’s how he does what he does. It is a lot of work. And a lot of fun.
(Now, before you apply below for the job as an elf you’ll need to put your thinker on and come up with a Secret Elf Name. This is very important. Give it a LOT of thought).
To get the job, you’ll need to apply:
Santa has millions of elves all over the world. An elf can be tall or short, fat or skinny, speak any language and live just about anywhere. You could be surrounded by elves and never know it. But you must live by The Elf Code.
The key ingredient to being a good elf is love — if you are kind to other people, look to serve them as Santa does, and try to spread the good cheer of Christmas everywhere you go then you will be a great elf for Santa.