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Stepinac Students Network With Alumni At Career Day

Many Stepinac alumni were back on campus as part of the school's Career Day. Photo Credit: Stepinac
Students networked with more than a dozen Stepinac alumni who returned to campus. Photo Credit: Stepinac

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Archbishop Stepinac High School’s gymnasium and classrooms were recently turned into Career Day meeting places where students had an opportunity to learn firsthand about a wide range of industry sectors from 14 Stepinac alumni who have pursed successful careers.

The event underscored Stepinac’s long tradition of preparing young men for post secondary success and the close bonds between generations of successful alumni with today’s students.

Among the sectors explored were professional and business services, retail, technology, financial, education, technology, sports, hospitality and healthcare.

The alumni presenters were (l-r): Jim Meskill (Class of '82); Mark Herceg (Class of '87); Tom Deielein (Class of '85); Mike Duffy (Class of '70); T.J. McCormack (Class of '86); Mike Molinelli (Class of '77); Chris Daly (Class of '89); Jon DeMarco (Class of '91); Brian Torressen (Class of '06); George Kandilou (Class of '08); Chris Berrisford (Class of '02); Christian Amato (Class of '06) and Greg DeMarco (Class of '93). Not pictured is Tony Beccerra (Class of '84).

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