6) City organizations: Certain very large cities, like NYC, will have city departments aside from the DAs office that need interns. NYC Law Department and the MTA have summer programs, for example.
NYC Law Dept. pays basically garbage (50 K or so) but is an easy gig. Back in my day (early 2000s) it was all TTT losers from diploma mills like Brooklyn & 'Bozo. Mostly they defend trip n' fall stuff, auto accidents involving NYC vehicles, etc. Basically a government version of low-end insurance defense. People used to leave here and go to ID mills like Wilson Elser after a few years for slightly better pay, but many ended up coming back because ID dumps like WEMED want biglaw-type hours for like 65-75 K and no bonus. Funny to hear that nowadays T-14 types are gunning for jobs at NYC Law Dept. I honestly can't imagine how a Columbia or other T-14 grad would fare in this type of cut n' paste, low-end gutter type work.
Ditto for the MTA lawyers (which is different than NYC Law Dept). There used to be this one "chief" lawyer for MTA who on trial day would hold the purse-strings and make the "final offer" to all the klutzes and losers who fell getting on/off the subways and buses etc. He'd run around and be like "3500 bucks take it or leave it" and threaten to take everything to trial. What a clown. None of those cases ever go beyond jury selection. Good luck getting other NY'ers who ride the train every day (and manage to do so without slipping/falling) to pony up money for some ghetto plaintiff looking to hit the lawsuit lotto. The one MTA case I tried resulted in a whopping 1500 verdict for some knucklehead who fell on a cracked floor tile. The offer before trial was 5 K but these idiots never listen lol.
Your worst nightmares are true, kids. Outside Biglaw there's just a huge mountain of manure. To the poster who's dropping out after OCI ding: Bravo Sir. Don't look back. Just swing by any NYC courtroom and spend 15 minutes observing the antics of these also-ran losers, and then pat yourself on the back. It takes guts to walk away, but it's the best choice if you miss proper Biglaw.