I have a job interview (phone) coming up (for a technical project manager position). I had to call someone in HR at the company to schedule the interview, but they were screening people and wanted to make sure you at least had a bachelors degree and 2 years experience in project management. I was honest with the person about what I do now and they gave me an interview, but I have only been out of school for over a year and a half. I really want this job, but I am afraid that my job experience and time out of school could hurt me. I work at a very fast paced, extremely demanding job (IT auditor/consultant for a Big 4 accounting firm)where we are responsible for our own projects. Its widely viewed by people who know what we do in the industry (or so I've been told by internal as well as other people) that a years experience doing this is worth 3 years out in the general industry because it is so diverse and so intense. If I really feel like I am qualified for the job, how do I express this without coming off like I'm blowing smoke. They want someone technical and someone who has knowledge of a lot of different platforms, which I do, but I've also never programmed for a job, only in school. Is there anyone out there that does this kind of work that would be willing to offer any advice? Thanks in advance.