Our Moot Court team has a revolving panel of local lawyers who act as coaches each semester, I hope to work with that. But I understand what you're saying.
Ah, but if only I had more poon, the stress of all of this would be easier to bear
It can be hard to network effectively when someone is your professor/chaoch because they and you want to avoid any kind look of favoritism. But AFTER the semester they are fair game. So you need to find reasons to keep in touch with your choaces after you have moved on. There are various ways to do this, see the linked post for more ideas.
But with all your contacts there are TWO keys: staying in regular contact as to build report and trust AND not asking for a job. The last one seems counterintuitive to allot of people, but after you build your relationship "credits" with your networking contacts you won't have to ask for a job, they will start offering to help you.
But that's why you have to start NOW, because it takes time and effort to build up those credits so that by the time you're a 3L you can call in favors if you need to without folks feeling used, at that point you have hopeful developed a mentor/mentee relationship and they will WANT to help you. So in other words, you can't wait or 3L to start building your network. Start now.
Also internet porn helps, well not with networking, at least not networking for a legal job, future cleints maybe, but I digress