Hopefully I caught you prior to your interview. There are a few things I would say on this. Dress well for the interview. Suit and tie is always a good way to go and shows that the interview means something to you. I agree with the prior person. Get to know the actual role inside and out and be able to articulate why the job means a lot to you and what sort of value you can bring to the company. Also, research the company and know what they do, what they produce, how well they have been doing, and what your background can bring to the table. Bring several copies of your resume` to share with their team. On your resume`, tailor it to the job you are interviewing for to make it relative. Also, list accomplishments you have had with prior roles or engagements. Finally, show a willingness to work hard and do what it takes to succeed for both yourself and the company. Displaying your long term goals, and wanting to do it through that company, will be an ideal situation for them.