Going by your allnurses name I'm guessing you attend MCG for nursing school
or are in the area, I would start looking up hospitals that you are familiar with (hospitals you have done clinicals at, where you want to get a job, where you know people, where you are going to be doing your senior practicum/leadership rotation etc...) and..
1) Go to their website NOW!
and see if there is any mention of a new grad nursing program/residency
-- Because if there is the application process will probably have either already started or will be starting soon!!
2) Call HR and ask them directly!
3) Get recommendation letters from your professors/preceptor from your senior practicum ( at least two recommendation letters should be your goal, say you want to go into Peds... try getting a recommendation from a Peds professor and ask them if they can print you multiple copies so you can use since you will be applying to multiple hospitals)
4) The earlier you start the better, because you don't want to be one of the last people to find out about a new grad position or be too late to apply for one... so even if a hospital is not accepting applications until March or April, at least you can bookmark them and remember to apply to them when the application is posted.
I lived in GA, went to Georgia Baptist at Mercer and got my BSN there in May 2011 and had a job offer from a pretty well known Atlanta area hospital on their L&D floor so that's why I am saying what I am saying.
Best of luck to you and feel free to PM if you have any other questions!