That's right. You can get paid to learn how to write. How to do it?
First, go and register with a few writing sites. There are many around. Myself, I normally lurk around Freelancer, Upwork and Digital Point. Every day there are writing jobs available. Many are very lowly-paid. Sometimes it's as low as just $1 for a 500-word article. These are the jobs you should try for.
Well, you are going to get paid for learning how to write. Those lowly-paid jobs are for newbies. In fact, many of the job offers specifically state that newbies are welcome. They will most likely give you a test article to show your stuff. Some will pay for the test article. Most would not. Don't worry. Just do it. Think of it as the entrance exam. You don't expect to be paid for sitting for an entrance exam, do you?
It shouldn't take you long to get one of those lowly-paid writing jobs. I got mine within a week. Why bother to work for so little money? Hey, you are being paid to learn how to write. That's the whole point of getting those jobs. It's a great way to practice writing. They will give you guidelines. That's teaching you how to write. And they are paying you to learn. They will even give you samples of how to write. That's showing you how you should write. And they are paying you to learn how to do it.
Isn't that a great way to get started on writing?