Youth Connect

Project Autism is truly proud to present you with a talented group of young leaders reporting on the latest news in gaming, entertainment, world, local and Canadian news, sports and current events - plus, live music! 

Tune in to their live streaming show every Friday at 3:30pm!

  • Newscaster

    Hi, my name is Aiden Lee! I am 17 years old and I am one of the hosts for Youth Connect.

     

    I focus on bringing the latest gaming news to our viewers. I love video games, being with friends and also enjoy the creativity of painting! 

    I love staying connected with my community and also teach a weekly Art exploration class with Project Autism.

     

    In my spare time, I enjoy painting, playing video games, creating sprites for games, music, and being active.

  • Newscaster

    I’m Kevin Aruja! I’m 22 and almost finishing college.  I’m also one of the hosts for Youth Connect.  I bring you the latest in Canadian News and the weather.


    I’ve wanted to be in broadcasting for some time now, and Project Autism gave me that opportunity. I enjoy researching the news on the internet and presenting it to our audience. Besides news I love cinema. I am a big fan of marvel movies.


    In my spare time, I play video games, listen to music, do a bit of photography and also some cooking.

  • Newscaster

    Hi, I'm Nibras! I'm 20 years old and  one of the hosts of Youth Connect. I do the entertainment section, from movies to shows to books and much more!

    I am passionate public speaker and a poet, from a young age I loved speaking in front of many people. Whether it was presenting in class or performing in talent shows. From there I learned the confidence of speaking. I'm also a big fan of marvel movies and star wars.

    When I get my spare time, I like to watch movies, play video games on my ps4, create art designs on photoshop and, go out for a a run.

  • Musician

    Hi I'm Jeff! I’m 22 and have been apart of Project Autism for several years.

    I was born with a rare metabolic disorder called Methylmalonic Acidemia (MMA for short). I was in and out of Sick Kids hospital a lot . My biggest surgery was a liver and kidney transplants. I depended on my g-tube to get all my nutrition. After transplants I was able to eat by mouth.

    My love of music became strong throughout those years. I always listened to music before any procedure or surgery. I love to share the joy of music with others.

  • Newscaster

    Stay tuned for my bio!

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