You have to have a voice and you have to use it.
If you really want to do procedures, then tell all the nurses what you want to do and then tell them that you clinical instructor will supervise and help you.
Letting your instructor know you want to do stuff may help...but
let the nurses know you want to do procedures, nurses are so busy that they would love for you to put that foley in or start the IV with your instructor, they have a dozen
other things that have to be done.
Working as a nurse tech was the best thing that I did to get experience/practice. While in school I did no foleys (insertion or removal), no NGs, no lab draws--all these I did as a nurse tech.
In school we did hang IVF but were not allowed to do IV push.