I somehow managed to be one of the few people to have a connection that landed me an interview with the Naval Acquisition Intern Program. I am currently in the process of applying to grad schools for Urban Planning but am obviously going to put that on hold if there is a chance I can get in to the program and potentially get my foot in the door without the degree.

I have a degree in English and minor in Geography and am going in to the interview with the selling point of having an internship experience and potential interest in contract specialist and my long term interest being in urban/community planning... Does anyone have any advise as to ways I can tweak my resume for this interview or any advice they can give me to prepare? I know a lot of my success in this interview is going to be dependent on the reputation of my referral but also upon using technical verbiage to back up my lack of professional experience...

The only real relevant professional experience I have to offer is when interned as a project coordinator on a residential project for a construction company and was exposed to the contract process through this project. I also have a geography minor where I took a few planning, gis, and economics classes.