From a New York Times article about summer jobs of the rich and famous:
Perhaps Another Career
Richard A. Epstein, a law professor at New York University and a libertarian scholar, worked at a gas station as a mechanics’ assistant in the summer of 1957. The garage job was the idea of his father, a prominent physician. Expecting his son to follow in his footsteps, Dr. Epstein wanted him to develop more than mental dexterity — as Professor Epstein put it, he was “to learn how to use my hands.”
How did it go? “I did watch, and occasionally unscrewed a spark plug,” he recalled, but the expertise he developed most robustly was "ferrying in cherry Cokes from the nearby restaurant."
He added: “I learned about cars, but what I mainly learned was I didn’t want to work on them.”
Treating Epstein here as a celebrity is maybe a little weird, but I'm not going to protest too much.