Your post-secondary background is on your resume; however, the interviewer is asking for you to go into further detail on your experience. This is a great time to brag a little bit about any scholarships, awards, or accolades you may have received during your post-secondary studies. Be sure to discuss how your education has prepared you for a position with Walt Disney Imagineering.
"I would be thrilled to be considered for a management level position with Walt Disney Imagineering. Although I do not have many years' experience in this type of position, I do have a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Walden University online. I graduated with a 3.6 GPA. I am very proud of this grade because I worked full time during my studies and still graduated top of my class."
"If you do not have a formal post-secondary education: "I did not have the opportunity to attend University; however, everything that I have learned on the job has been incredibly valuable. I would be thrilled to join your management team down the road so if you feel there are gaps in my knowledge, I would be happy to consider attending any required classes or workshops."
"I currently do not have a formal post-secondary education in the business field. However, I would be excited to have a chance to join the management team later on and am willing to consider attending a graduate-level course to attain the required skillset."
Try pointing your response to what you do have, versus what you do not. Many employers will consider work experience in lieu of formal post-secondary education.
"I would certainly consider attending graduate-level coursework in a related business field; however, at this time, I am confident that my undergraduate education in GeoDesign has equipped me very well for this role with Walt Disney Imagineering."
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