Where do you live? How many hospitals are within a half hours drive.
What area of nursing do you want to work in? There are alot of hospitals that offer internships for new grads. They are even offering them in ICU, ER, L&D, OR, Peds.
Do you get Nursing Spectrum? Don't just look in the local paper. Call the recruiters at the hospitals, go to job fairs, talk to the counselor at school.
Start gathering letters of recommendations from teachers, preceptors, places that you have worked in the past.
Talk to the boss on the unit that you do your clinicals at, see what they have to offer, especially since they are getting to know you.
Apply for a job as a tech in the local hospital. Maybe you can orient over Christmas break. it gives you a foot in the door. And for goodness sake, if you do get hired as a tech or nurses assistant, be on time (or a few minutes early...5-10), don't call in sick, be available to help out on occasion if they call you (sometimes if you can work a few hours it helps ALOT)
Ask around, show enthusiasm, let people know that you are interested!!!
Just a few ideas