"I completed my Bachelor of Applied Technology from Carnegie Mellon University in 2004. During that time I specialized in Data Management and Analysis. I graduated with a 3.99 GPA, one of the top in my class."
"I recently completed my Diploma in Information Technology. I also have a great deal of on the job training and certifications, all listed on my resume. One of the biggest take-away's from my post-secondary experience was learning how to successfully manage my time while working on multiple projects. I perfected my multi-tasking skills and look forward to bringing those to work for Amazon.com."
The interviewer will likely have an idea of your education background from your resume. What they are asking is for you to take a few minutes to bring the experience to life for them! What was your major? Did you receive any special academic recognition? Discuss the strengths gained during your post-secondary training and how those skills will be used in your new position with Amazon.com.
"Computing and Network Communications has always been a really strong area for me. I have a big interest in how network communication improves our daily lives and our overall business efficiency. I see that you are looking for team members who are experts in network communications which is what really caught my eye when I first saw your job posting."
"I have been focusing my career on becoming a cloud integration specialist although I do have cross platform app development expertise as well."
Do you have any particular areas of interest or ability? Talk to the interviewer about your strengths and be sure to highlight any particular skill that you excel in. It's a great idea, if you can, to highlight specific skills that may be listed on the company's job posting / job description. If there is a related area of interest where you'd like to expand your skills, you can mention those as well.