Entering high finance without relevant experience
TLDR: graduated in 2017, no finance internships, how do I break in?
Background: I graduated college in 2017 from a semi-target with a BA in Economics and a 2.95 GPA ☹. I was originally pre-med and scored decent enough on the MCAT. I also held several leadership positions and was involved in neuroscience research. I did not want to retake courses and prolong med school for a year so I graduated college early and went to an offshore med school. In the second semester, I withdrew (for several reasons), came home and took upper level bio courses at a local non target and got a 4.0. I was working odd jobs part-time and now currently work in supply-chain/logistics as an analyst. Today, I'm a 24 year old with a job I like but also have debt from med school that will take another year to pay off.
Question: Do I have any options in high finance at this point? I like investing, CNBC, and reading Damodaran. After meetings with the pricing team at work, I always leave wanting to learn more. I was interested in economics and math coming out of high school but wanted to open a medical practice. Ideally, I'd like a career where I can earn a lot and volunteer frequently. I'm not averse to hard work and am confident that I can stomach 60+ hour weeks in this field.
Are there low cost masters programs that I can do to get me on track? (MS Finance, etc.) I'm open to an MBA in a few years but would like to gain experience in the field before that.
Do I just need to network like crazy and ?
Is there no hope for me in finance?
Thank you all for your time, any advice is greatly appreciated!