Liaison International

We help higher education institutions identify, recruit, and enroll.

Liaison International

The Arsenal on the Charles 311 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA 02472

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More than 5000 programs rely on our admissions management and marketing automation software and services to reach prospective students, streamline administrative tasks, and create exceptional experiences for applicants across the full enrollment cycle—from first interest to first day on campus.

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What is it like to work at your company in terms of your culture?

Culture is everything at Liaison. We have a very diverse team, which makes our company incredibly dynamic. Our environment is energetic, highly collaborative, and professional. People are very friendly and kind. We work hard but also know when to celebrate our successes. Monthly socials give everyone an opportunity to get to know each other and also allow HR to publicly recognize hard work through a peer-to-peer awards program.  Candidates tend to get a real sense of this culture during their interview process and we receive compliments all the time on how much they enjoyed their interaction with Liaison employees. 

What can someone expect during the interview process?

We approach interviews from a team perspective. If you’re interviewing for a development role, you’re going to speak to not only your manager and your peers but with managers and peers in other departments such as QA and UI. Each individual focuses on specific competencies to ensure a diverse interview experience. For technical roles, you may be asked to perform a code exercise or provide work product following your onsite interview. 

What can people expect over the course of their career at Liaison International?

Hyper-growth and plenty of room for advancement and new responsibilities. As a growing company, we are constantly adjusting our organization and creating new opportunities for those that are ready to step-up. We focus on promoting internal talent as well as continuously finding the best candidates to keep Liaison competitive in our industry. This is a team environment and everyone pitches in to get things done…and we always do. 

Are there any favorite activities that the employees do outside of the office? 

Wednesday nights are a big night at Liaison – Team Trivia! We get a group of employees (across all departments) to meet at The Cherry Tree in West Newton to see how smart we really are and earn bragging rights.

Thursday night is another popular night in the office – Game Night. A group of employees meet in our large café to hang out and play a variety of different games.

Throughout the year, Liaison holds plenty of social events such as cooking competitions for a charity of choice, food drives, and Toys for Tots to name a few.

Do you have any unique benefits or perks?  

We are located at the historic Arsenal on the Charles in Watertown. One huge benefit is free parking! There is also a free shuttle service to and from Harvard Square for those that utilize the Red line. Boston Sports Club is right next door, and yes, we have a corporate rate. There are places to eat, including food trucks, and we have a beautiful view of the Charles River from our office space. 

What’s on tap or in your fridge?

One thing about Liaison is that you will never go hungry. We have fresh, organic fruit delivered twice a week from Boston Organics and plenty of leftovers that make their way out to the floor – sandwiches & salads, Italian & Indian cuisine just to name a few. Need something sweet? You can always stop by the front desk candy dish – it is never empty!

There are also plenty of times throughout the year when a nice cold beverage will be delivered to your desk. Whether it’s to distract you from the weather, celebrate payday or just because.

Lara Johnson
Customer Service Representative

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April 20, 2018
42 That’s how many colleges were analyzed as part of a new study published in the New York Times. The study found that high schools that were visited for recruiting events were whiter and wealthier than schools that weren’t visited. Source: The New York Times 36.5% That’s the percentage of programs that have dropped out […] The post Highlights from Higher Ed: Operational Deficits and Affordability appeared first on LiaisonEDU. ...
April 19, 2018
Liaison International’s Bob Alig recently sat down with Dee Steinle, executive director of MBA and MSB programs, to discuss how the University of Kansas School of Business is adapting to keep pace with shifting demands in the graduate management education landscape. Read how KU is responding to changing student demographics and streamlining the admissions process. […] The post KU Executive Director of MBA and MSB Programs Discusses Trends and Triumphs in Graduate Management Education app...
April 13, 2018
40% That’s the percentage of classes at “elite” colleges that are filled by early applicants. The Justice Department is now investigating possible antitrust violations at these schools related to the sharing of information between them. The schools in question include Amherst College, Middlebury College and Wellesley College. Source: NPR 4.3%  That’s the acceptance rate at […] The post Highlights from Higher Ed: Early Admissions and New Tuition Structures appeared first on Liaison...
April 6, 2018
$20,000 That’s how much the average out-of-state or international student could save by completing a three-year bachelor’s degree program (“Degree in 3”) at Purdue University. Purdue has used Degree in 3 to try to attract a wider range of students, especially since the College of Liberal Arts has seen enrollment decrease from about 4,300 in […] The post Highlights from Higher Ed: Tuition Savings and Waiting Lists appeared first on LiaisonEDU. ...
March 30, 2018
70% That’s the percentage of 5,000 surveyed students who went to college websites primarily for information about majors and minors. Only 19% of these students most wanted to see information on a school’s ranking or reputation, and only 31% most wanted to see information on cost. Source: EAB 1, 597 That’s how many two- and […] The post Highlights from Higher Ed: TOPS and Tuition Increases appeared first on LiaisonEDU. ...

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