I think everyone is different and if you truly have a passion for hospice care, you have nothing to lose by applying and if the hospice agency is interested, maybe they will bring you in for an interview. If you are lucky enough to get an interview, you need to ask good questions about what kind of orientation you will get, how long orientation will be, etc. That being said, if it doesn't work out at this time, consider volunteering for a hospice in your community as you work to gain the nursing skills needed to become a great hospice case manager. I can't think of any agency that would turn away a volunteer!
As ohiomatka said above, another option would be to apply for a hospice/palliative care unit in an inpatient facility.
Finally, if you have another semester of school, is there a way you can do a clinical rotation in hospice? Just a thought :)
Best of luck to you whatever you decide!!