On October 12th of 2012 the home of thousands of Staten Island citizens were ruined due to the powerful winds from Super Storm Sandy. A total of 37,000 residences were damaged and hundreds of million dollars cost in damaged! The Super Storm didn’t just affect Staten Island it affected several areas of the Tri-state area, such as Long Island and Seaside Heights. Once the Super Storm started to clear out around the end of that October, numerous response teams came together to rebuild the areas that were damaged by this horrific tragedy. One response team that came forward is All Hands Volunteer, which is the volunteer response team that PT-Club decided to lend a hand with. Member’s of PT Club went over Spring Break during both 2012-13 and 2013-14 academic years, along with a few other Carroll students that wanted to help. During both Spring Breaks the students spent a couple days gutting out and rebuilding the homes of the residents of Staten Island. The students gained great experiences and knowledge from volunteering, such as pounding down molded drywall, inserting insulation and nailing up drywall! Besides the great volunteering experience, the student had downtime to tour New York City, seeing Statue of Liberty, Time Square, Chinatown, Central Park, being an audience member of the Seth Meyer’s Late Night Show and appearing as a screaming fan on the Today Show! Every one of the students that went on Spring Break with PT Club walked away with a great amount of knowledge and experiences of a lifetime.