Something is already going on:
PreceptorLink - Home page for PreceptorLink Preceptor Matching Service for Nurse Practitioners
(and a few other such online businesses)
They pay preceptors for taking students (students are paying premium $$$$ for that, actually, and the organization takes a chunk for itself too, but it definitely helps to get things going) If you, or anybody else, needs a preceptor, please keep this option in mind.
Another option is working as a scribe for a little $$ or even for free for one of doctors in surrounding area in exchange for this doc finding preceptors for you. 90% of them can do it, and you'll master writing Meaningful Use and all sorts of notes well before your time comes. Plus, you can get a job right away after you graduate.
While you are not in clinicals, make excellent contacts with doctors/PAs/NPs you're working with, if you work. Do the same with your PCP/Ob/Pediatrician.
I did online school and had absolutely no problem finding preceptors. Even more, I felt liberated first time in my (very long) life of medical education from being followed by someone forever suffering from Total Empowerment Over Someone syndrome, grade V.