The Hope Academy of Senior Professionals (HASP) is a peer-led institution for learning in retirement.

Through a variety of courses, lectures, study groups, monthly meetings, and cultural and service events, members pursue avenues of study and engage in the exchange of ideas.

Lifelong learning and service opportunities for retirees have been a major emphasis throughout the history of the Hope Academy of Senior Professionals, which was founded in 1988 and is a member of the Lifelong Learning Institute Resource Network at Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel).

"HASP programs foster good listening, learning, reading, sharing and the pleasure of discussion." – Dr. John Hollenbach, HASP Founder, May 31, 1988

HASP Updates

  1. March Special Event!

    Posted by Kimberly Mendels

    March ~ Great Performance Series of Spanish Brass & Dinner Friday, March 27, 2020 6:00pm dinner ...

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  2. SIG (Small Interest Group) opportunties this semester!

    Posted by Kimberly Mendels

    SIG (Small Interest Groups) – free, member initiated groups and directed groups. • SIG for G...

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  3. February Noon Series, Friday, Feb. 21, 2020

    Posted by Kimberly Mendels

    Noon Series are free, no registration required 12 noon, Friday, Feb. 21st, HASP classroom “Follow ...

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  4. Volunteer Opportunities for winter/spring semester for Hope classes!

    Posted by Kimberly Mendels

    Second Semester Opportunities for Volunteering for Hope Classes Special thanks to the 31 HASP member...

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  5. February Monthly Program, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020

    Posted by Kimberly Mendels

    Date: February 4, 2020 Time: 9:00 am Refreshments, 9:30 am Program Place: Holland Civic Center Progr...

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  6. Noon Series – Friday, January 17, 12 noon, HASP classroom

    Posted by Kimberly Mendels

    Kick off the start of our winter/spring semester by coming for this Friday’s noon series! (Thi...

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