About Us – The Learners Lab Foundation
  • Our Address
  • Lanham, MD 20706
  • Working Hours
  • Virtual

About Us



The Learners Lab Foundation, is a charitable foundation headquartered in Lanham, Maryland, staffed with volunteers. We operate a Technical Assistance Service Center (TASC), design & manage a portfolio of Charitable Programs that provides Workforce Training, Job Hunter & Employer Recruiting Assistance, and we serve as a Fiscal Sponsor for start-up, young, and future 501c3 tax exempt entities or programs.  Our operations are totally centralized with open-access to individuals, groups, and employers nationwide. At Full capacity, service delivery will be virtual and on-site at the brick-n-mortar facility we hope will be located in Prince Georges County, Maryland.

The Foundation awards Non-Monetary Grants, Complimentary Memberships, & Complimentary Fiscal Sponsorships as resources permit.  We are amassing a dynamic portfolio of partnerships with peer organizations, vendors, interested parties and other stakeholders assisting us in delivering or creating access to resources unavailable to those who need them. And we are forever grateful, thank you.

The Learners Lab Foundation
 is preparing to launch a first of its kind, first to market Executive Management Fellowship Academy.  The Fellowship Academy at The Learners Lab Foundation will host a broad array of management and executive management programs including a first of its kind Executive Management Cross-Disciplinary Doctoral Program, career specific Fellowship Program targeting 4 Management Fellowships. and a portfolio of in-house designed Professional Development Certification Programs.

The Foundation works to partner with Training Vendors, Training Product Vendors, Credentialing Entities, Credentialing & Professional Development School to connect the labor pool with products that fall under official Department of Labor. The Foundation will also partner with Instructional Designers to developing Training Materials and produce its own in-house training when Vendor, OEM or Accreditation Partnerships do not materialize.

The Labor Codes and Categories impacted by The Foundation training efforts include but are by no means limited the following:

  • B30 Vocational Technical
    C02 Management & Technical Assistance
    C11 Single Organization Support
    C19 Non-monetary Support N.E.C.
    J02 Management & Technical Assistance
    J20 Employment Procurement Assistance & Job Training
    J22 Employment Training
    J11 Single Organization Support
    J19 Non-monetary Support N.E.C.
    S50 Non Profit Management
    S43 Management Services for Small Business/Entrepreneurs
    W02 Management & Technical Assistance



A dream of more than 20 years in the making, The Learners Lab Foundation was originally established in 2002 following a multi-year pilot project providing online students and instructors with telnet access to a private network of personal software. ED-Lab Online was IT was poised to the first online service of and support structure to deliver what cloud computing now does. It was its Founders first charitable gap eliminating resource ahead of its time.

Resurrected in 2012 as it own entity, The Learners Lab Foundation with the help of virtual teams of interns, developers, content managements, business/consulting volunteers, relentless works to connect free and low cost business, training, and operations services, helping young companies get started, and supporting small, young, or new mom & pop operations, and assure anyone wanting to learn a job skill can do so. The true goal, however, remains focused on closing resource gaps for tax exempt entities, and eliminating workforce training obstacles that simply should not exist for a 21st century workforce.

The Learners Lab Foundation is eligible to receive tax deductible bequest, devises, transfers and gifts under section 2055, 2106, and 2522 of the IRS Tax Code.

You may inspect the full language of our Letter of Determination at IRS Determination Letter for The Learners Lab Foundation (TLLF)



The vision is simple, The Learners Lab Foundation, “Fueling Self-Sufficiency.”