posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 02:12 AM
Open ended questions are never easy to answer and you can very easily end up stuck in the rabbit's hole if they do not hear what they want to hear.
If you have never been say around a diverse group of individuals to learn about diversity I would not lie to them by making up thoughts or
feelings....mind you it is never a good thing to lie to a future employer or current one for that matter of fact.
I have been around just about every ethnic group under the sun and the generalized summary is that people are people the same all over the world no
matter the ethnicity.
I say just be yourself and explain your situation and thoughts on diversity in general. I do not advise taking someone's "worded" response to them,
for that would not be your response and not right.
You never had any associates outside of your ethnic group?
I have always aced interviews.
If you have absolutely no experience conversing or interacting with people from other ethnic groups or cultures that will be something you will have
to experience in life and learn as you go. There is no text book way on handling people.
People have different personalities and are individuals so one model does not apply to all.
Just be yourself and express to them what you feel vs. what you know, but don't get into the clouds keep everything well grounded. Keep it all in a
positive light naturally and you should do just fine.
edit on 28-3-2012 by maestromason because: (no reason given)