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The Virginia Beach economy is strong, with available jobs in a large variety of occupations. All students and prospective students looking for a job in the Virginia Beach area are encouraged to actively search sites like www.indeed.com or www.jobs.com for job openings. Students may also contact Admissions Director, Edward Estes ( ) to see if there are any new employment opportunities through the seminary's network of churches and businesses.
Below are some of the companies that have recently hired VBTS seminary students for employment, working well with the seminary's day-time class schedule.
Contact: John Varner (VBTS Alumnus) works at Capital One. He can be reached at
Income: Hourly with benefits
Hours: Afternoon/evening hours
Note: This job involves calling people who are behind on their credit card debts.
Contact: Paul Hammond (friend of VBTS) manages several Meineke Car Care Centers in the Hampton Roads area. He can be reached at
Hours: Daytime with some flexibility for seminary students
Contact: John Gray (friend of VBTS) works at Union Mission. He can be reached at
Hours: Flexible – daytime or evening hours
Note: Housing has occasionally been provided as a benefit for single students.
VBTS students have also worked at Walmart, Starbucks, One Life Fitness, local hospitals, local schools, local churches, and other companies around the Hampton Roads area.