Noah Marsh (SFSU School of Social Work ‘21)

2019-2020 Social Work and Housing Clinical Student

Noah fought tirelessly as a social work intern for his most vulnerable clients, thinking holistically about their needs in order to help them work towards their housing, economic, and wellness goals. Importantly, Noah never let a scarcity of resources stop him from tracking down every lead on behalf of his clients, familiarizing himself with all available community based resources, and building important relationships with stakeholders to the benefit of his clients. Because of his tenacity, he was able to help an elderly disabled client visit a doctor for the first time in years and another young, homeless client, take strides towards achieving her goals around both housing and higher education.

– Whitney Rubenstein, Social Work Clinic

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