I don't know if you are in the city or upstate, but there should be a lot of good options for you either way. ACNM meetings are a good start - there are tons of midwives practicing in NYC in various capacities (lots work in hospitals, but I also know that there are about 15-20 doing homebirth as well - largely in Brooklyn)
As far as upstate, I shadowed at Cooperstown for a little bit when I was in nursing school transitioning to midwifery. They have a really remarkable practice up there. Basically, in the local hospital (Bassett Healthcare), the L&D floor is really more of a birth center than hospital service - completely midwife-run (docs only come in essentially for sections or anesthesia if required) - they have birthing tubs, they deliver twins, and, at least when I was there, I think they were doing breech deliveries as well.
I think they end up precepting a lot of midwifery students from around upstate and so would be open to having you there for awhile. When I was there (about 4 years ago), the education coordinator was a lovely midwife named Martha Harvey.
Hope that helps.
PS - Are you a Frontier student?