Employer Testimonial

“LACN is a great addition to our recruiting strategy.  I’m very impressed by the quality of candidates.  We can expand our reach to schools we may not ordinarily have the opportunity to visit.” - Fortune 100 Executive

How to post with LACN

Register online: lacn-csm.symplicity.com/employers

More information: admin@lacnjobs.org


Liberal Arts Career netWORK

The Liberal Arts Career netWORK (LACN) grants you access to 70,000+ talented students from 31 of the nation’s best liberal arts colleges (including Brandeis University) at no cost to you. Market your internships, summer positions, and full-time jobs directly to qualified candidates who are actively searching for these opportunities through this consortium database to supplement your recruiting at Brandeis.

Why partner with LACN?

  • Increase the diversity of your candidates. Students represent all 50 states and 100+ countries, with a high percentage of women and students of color.
  • Gain global perspectives. 51% of students study abroad.
  • Tap well-rounded students from a wide array of majors. 83% from Liberal Arts; 17% from Science, Math and Engineering.
  • Recruit the best and brightest. 445 prestigious scholarships and fellowships awarded to students over 3 years, including: Fulbright, Watson, Goldwater, and National Science Foundation.
  • Expand your reach. The LACN website receives over 2.5 million student views per year.

LACN Member Schools    

Amherst College (MA) Colorado College (CO) St. Lawrence University (NY)
Bates College (ME) Grinnell College (IA) St. Olaf College (MN)
Bowdoin College (ME) Hamilton College (NY) Skidmore College (NY)
Brandeis University (MA) Hartwick College (NY) Trinity College (CT)
Bryn Mawr College (PA) Haverford College (PA) Tufts University (MA)
Carleton College (MN) Hobart & William Smith Colleges (NY) Union College (NY)
Clark University (MA) Hope College (MI) Vassar College (NY)
Colby College (ME) Macalester College (MN) Washington & Lee University (VA)
Colgate University (NY) Middlebury College (VT) Wesleyan University (CT)
College of the Holy Cross (MA) Mount Holyoke College (MA)
College of Wooster (OH) Oberlin College (OH)