I've got an interview for an Summer internship in the FAA's Chicago Regional Chief Counsels office. The thing is, it's unpaid. My school has a work-study program where I can get $10/hr to work for them. I really have an interest in that area of law, and I think it would be great to work for the FAA over the summer. I probably don't have a shot at Biglaw this summer, even though I have a 3.93. Anyway, any thoughts on taking the FAA gig, or trying to find a full-time clerk job at $15-20/hr? I'm torn.