Can’t do any harm. When I was your age, to get my first job, took research into companies (a lot harder back then), phone calls to try to arrange interviews and pavement pounding with portfolios. Sometimes you just presented yourself to companies in person to try and arrange to speak to someone and/or make a later appointment. Hard, demoralising slog, sleeping on friends’ floors until you found a job and could afford to rent a room in a shared house.
With enough effort, eventually you’ll get a break. You’ll find a company that takes a shine to you and one which your work fits (assuming you are any good!). One thing is for sure, it’s not going to come to you.
What do you want to do? Who do you want to work for? Target them.
Oh, and show us your portfolio. You just never know…