Teaching a masterclass
Minju created an "instrument petting zoo" day at the University of Indianapolis, where 70 third graders from a local public school came to try 6 different instruments with 15 music major students and 5 faculty members.
IPS #34 third graders trying out pianos with UIndy music education major students.
Minju launched a program called Community Music Service Fellowship at University of Indianapolis, where its music students and faculty regularly perform concerts at the Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis, which is the oldest and largest public health care system in Indiana.
University of Indianapolis music major students that performed concerts for the first year of its Community Music Service Fellowship at Eskenazi Hospital.
A charter school's first piano was donated and delivered to its classroom for Minju's pilot music program, where a group of students took piano lessons for free after school (Indianapolis).
Lecture for Indianapolis Piano Teachers' Association teachers.
Lecture on technique and sound for Indianapolis Piano Teachers' Association teachers.
Director of University of Indianapolis Summer Keyboard Academy.
Teaching a student at the University of Indianapolis.