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Bruce Beck, Lead Sports Anchor of WNBC-TV, Shares His Knowledge on How to Succeed at Archbishop Stepinac High School’s Career Day



Joins Group of 15 including Successful Alumni In Providing Career Guidance to Sophomore Students On a Wide Range of Business Sectors

Bruce Beck, Lead Sports Anchor of WNBC-TV and multiple Emmy Award winner, shared his knowledge about how to succeed at Archbishop Stepinac High School’s Career Day yesterday.

He was among a group of 15 including successful Stepinac alumni who provided the sophomore class comprising about 200 students with career guidance on a wide range of business sectors during morning sessions that were held in the school’s gymnasium.

In a keynote address, Beck spoke about his career in broadcast sports journalism, the experience of which he has shared with many high school students over the years, having ran — together with sportscaster Ian Eagle— a Sports Broadcasting Camp at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center for 14 years as well as his own Bruce Beck Sports Broadcasting Camp.

The Scarsdale resident was joined by Stepinac graduates who pursued successful careers in finance, education, medicine, technology, law, sports, among others.  They answered students’ questions about what it takes to succeed in their respective fields—continuing Stepinac’s tradition of accomplished alumni helping to shape the next generation of leaders.

The Stepinac alumni participants were: Anthony Gallo, Yonkers; Christian Amato, Bronx; Thomas Dee, Hawthorne; T.J .McCormack, Somers; Chris Berrisford, Ossining; Jonathan DeMarco, White Plains; Tony Becerra, Pleasantville; Greg DeMarco, Harrison; Mike Duffy, Valhalla; Chris Moriarty, Hartsdale and Chris Devito, Yonkers.

In addition, three members of the White Plains Fire Department—Billy Blaine, Thomas Tassone and Joe Hardy—spoke about career opportunities in public safety.