Have a look at some agencies, most of which are web orientated these days. Many, by the way they operate, have u sign up to them, include ur cv/requirements, and go out to find or present u with placement opportunities.
Key thing being, alot of them get paid a finders fee for getting u into a place, so it's in their interests to find something.
I'm not sure, but I would imagine that specifying that ur looking for a place in the industry, whilst at the same time are studying, isn't an impossibility.
are a name I know off the top of my head. It's by no means a recomendation or anything, but even looking around their site u can get the feel of what 'an' agency may be able to do for u.
Alot of companies simply need some1 not scared to change a mouse and keyboard - install a pc and monitor - asist a small number of users on a simple basis. Money I can't see being terrifc, but part-time is what it is, and ofc it's experience to add to that cv.