Are You The Next Eco-Logic Ambassador?

Do you believe in a sustainable lifestyle? Do you want to take action to support your cause? Do you want to use your talents to make a difference?

If you checked all three, you have what it takes to be the next Eco-logic Ambassador.

A young but dynamic Italian-Filipino property development company, a first mover in the Philippine sustainable architecture and green property developments, is on the lookout for young people like you.

If you think you are ready to take up the challenge, ITPI Corp. (Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-Development Corporation) is inviting you to apply to its Internship Program.

We are looking for daring, fresh young minds that are keen to take a stand for the environment, to make a difference in a world threatened by climate change – long before they even leave school.

Are you young and daring?

The Eco-Logic Leadership and Internship Program involves 300 hours of leadership of on-the-job sessions that will fluently integrate the theory and practice of sustainability, sustainable property development, green building and leadership

Only five slots are available per program for students of Business, Marketing, Accounting, Communications or Art and Multimedia.

Formed in 2009 by executive chairman and CEO Architect Romolo V. Nati and his Filipino partner, Atty. Jojo Leviste, we are a young property developer, but we devote a significant part of our revenues to a R&D department that looks into building in the extreme conditions brought by climate change.

Join this young, daring company with a conscience

At ITPI, we are eager to practice a style of entrepreneurship that combines cutting-edge technology, daring and conscience.

In fact, in last year’s tumult that brought suffering to millions of Filipinos, we did our small bit to help the country get back on its feet — and prepare for the future.

While we forked out only a small part of our earnings to help disaster survivors, we shared hugely of its real wealth: experience and know-how on building for extreme conditions.

Over the course of the year, we took time out from our hectic property development schedule to advocate for sustainable building practices, as well as to publicly share tips on how to build eco-friendly properties and robust structures that can withstand typhoons, earthquakes and similar catastrophes.

Responding to the turmoil brought by Yolanda, ITPI executive chairman and CEO Architect Romolo V. Nati Click offered free advice on how to build in the extreme conditions that are part of what he called “this new reality of deadlier and more frequent catastrophes induced by climate change”.

Do all these fire you up? Do you want to be part of this sustainable building movement?

Why wait? Send your resume to