I worked for the IP&T Department at BYU this semester helping them develop and really get their website innovation.byu.edu going. It was a great experience working with innovative people, employing creative ideas for how to grow the website, reach out to people, develop useful functionality, and tackle problems.
I work for a professor in the Physics Department developing a website and database to create, modify, categorize, and list physics problems. As I just work for this professor, I have no workplace environment (unless my home counts). The professor and department are great, but my compensation is abysmal. If the university wanted this developed by a pro (which I technically am, but I'm also a student), then they would have to pay 10 times more per man hour.
I've been with the CTL (Center for Teaching and Learning) as a student animator and 3D generalist for a little under a year. It's a GREAT place to work as a student - the big catch is that you have to be a student attending Brigham Young University in order to get the job - so it's a great job, but pretty hard to get.