If you don't do it then no one will!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Crescent Cities Charities, Inc. helps local charity implement the T and A of STEAM

On July 3rd, 2020, the Maryland Institute of Language and Technology received a $1200.00 grant from Crescent Cities Charities, Inc., 6907 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD 20745. Steven G. Novak, Chairman, Grants Committee, thanked the institute for “assisting those less fortunate in our community.” Oftentimes the less fortunate don’t possess a degree or certification. While all STEAM components require a degree or certification, positions in the T and A of STEAM, technology and arts, can easily be filled with candidates with the skills needed to do the job.

Our goal is to help individuals and families win their fight through education and career training.


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Milton Lawler, Ph.D.
Executive Director

 We offer out of school time programs to low income students and families.


Dr. Thomas Lanier Lowery gave me an admonition in 1986.  Dr. Lowery told me after a meeting that, “If you will not do it, nobody will.” 

The Maryland Institute of Language and Technology, Inc. is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to taking on this vital work by mitigating the debilitating effects of poverty. We need your help to encourage others to become a part of the solution instead of a part of the problem.


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Currently, there is a need for more organizations to focus in on addressing the educational needs within our communities.