PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contact: Geneva Brooks Mobile: (301) 610-0030 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The Literacy Council of Montgomery County Announces its Inaugural Community Builder Awards April 11, 2019, Rockville, MD: The Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC) today announced the recipients of the organization’s Inaugural Community Builder Awards. In 2018, LCMC established the Community Builder
The LCMC office will be closed on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. Staff will have access to email. We will reopen on Thursday, February 21st.
The LCMC office will be closed on Monday, January 14, 2019. Staff will have access to email. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 15th.
LCMC’s work was recognized on County Cable Montgomery and by the Montgomery County Council on December 20, 2018. See the feature below! You can support this vital work by making your tax-deductible donation today.
We are pleased to announce the continuation of the ESL Legacy Scholarship. Thanks to the generosity of a donor, and in partnership with The Community Foundation and Future Link, the ESL Legacy Scholarship provides financial support to children whose parents studied English as a Second Language (ESL) through the classroom or tutoring programs at LCMC.
Dear LCMC family, It’s late summer, a time when our stores have “back to school” items for sale, and children are anticipating what their teachers and classes will be like. However, at the Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC), as our classes begin again, we know it’s not just children headed back to school after summer
Gabriel Martinez Cabrera, aka Gabe, has worked in underserved communities in New York, Boston, and San Francisco. Over the years, his work evolved into workforce development, where he was in charge of a federally funded program that helped young returning citizens find family sustaining employment. More recently, he worked for a research firm called Digital
In Memory of Debbie Demske The Literacy Council of Montgomery County and the community of adult learners that we serve lost a great friend and advocate with the death of Debra Nita Demske. Debbie passed away on April 17 in Montgomery Hospice’s Casey House with her mother and son Ben by her side. Debbie was
As we marked our 53rd anniversary of providing free English instruction, we are pleased to report that, with the support of our volunteers, donors and partners, we were able to help over 1,750 adult learners improve their English language proficiency – a 25% growth over the past 5 years! Our dedicated and committed tutors