I have an interview next week for an assistant transportation planning position. You could characterize this is an "entry-level" job-- a minimum of a Bachelor degree with a year of experience in planning or a relevant field.
I have a Bachelors in planning (non-accredited) and geography and nearly two years of transit planning experience. During my time in school, I also worked on numerous planning projects with staff from a variety of municipal planning agencies, one of which actually happens to be this prospective employer. However, I know there's a good bet I'll likely be going up against quality applicants with graduate degrees (possibly in planning).
What's the best approach I can take to sell myself and prove to the interviewers that my work experience + undergrad degree will trump other candidates with graduate experience?