Saning’o Ngidongi is a first semester, first-year MSW student in the full-time program. He has a bachelor’s degree in Theology and a master’s degree in Education.
Q. How did you first learn about the profession of social work?
A. I learned about the profession of social work in my former career of teaching. Teaching and working mostly in East Africa and her in the United States, I developed the desire to be a professional social worker.
Q. What have been the most valuable aspects of your educational experiences so far in the CSUN MSW program?
A. The most valuable and significant aspect of my educational experience in the MSW program at CSUN is the tremendous amount of efforts and time that the staff at all levels has spent in welcoming and introducing us students to the program. Thanks to all so much.
Q. What do you hope to do after you graduate?
A. After graduation, I hope to be able to work as a social worker in an educational and/or administrative capacity.
Coming from Africa and still maintaining strong ties there and with the experience of teaching and educational administration I have had over the years, I am looking forward to being able to bridge the two cultures of East Africa and the United States in my future career.