Well known in the community for his deep involvement with civic organizations, youth groups and public service agencies, Schorr has been recognized as Public Citizen of the Year in Nevada and named "One of the Most Influential Men in Southern Nevada." Mr.Schorr was named to the "National Erase The Hate" honor roll and received the Glenn Smith Humanitarian Award from Opportunity Village. He serves as a board member of the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce and was recently inducted as an honorary member and executive board member of the 100 Black Men of Southern Nevada, an organization with a focus on mentoring children
A previous television news anchor, Schorr has been recognized with numerous awards for news journalism including two Emmys for news anchoring, two National Freedom Foundation Awards, a Headliner Award and an Armstrong Award for Broadcasting. Steve was also inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association's Hall of Fame.
Schorr is an adjunct professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, Greenspun School of Communications, where his students recently recognized him as Professor of the Month. Steve is married to Holly Schorr. They have two adult sons, David and Darrin, and two granddaughters.
The Clark County School Board of Trustees has voted to name a new elementary school in Steve Schorr's honor, something he calls his "greatest accomplishment and honor."