Have you tried LinkedIn or companies like Randstad/TekSystems/Modis/Zylog/etc? Your best bet might be to do something volunteer at the library and teach some kids about security with those Garfield instructional sets. If that goes well you could charge for it or for the materials, like workbooks, comics and stickers and do it at elementary schools, high schools, libraries etc and have a full schedule. Alternatively you could also do something with large organizations during their take kids to work days. I started out myself @ age 18 with IBM through Kelly Systems.. it only paid 16/hr but helped me while I got the decade of exp. I have now, took my CISSP last year but trained for it off and on. I hear a lot of people don't like the straight out of school with CISSP crowd but I commend you, sir. It is a difficult test to pass though when you start to work in the field you'll realize it was all relevant.
Andrew Galati, CISSP
Toronto, Ontario, Canada