The article says none of this as the guest says the college kids haven't narrowed anything down more specific than a non profit for the simple reason that they stated, which again, is, "But also, they are telling me that profit is bad."What they are saying is that they want to do something positive for society, make the world a better place, et cetera. That could be anything from Greenpeace to Doctors Without Borders to a legal aid society.
I would much rather see a bunch of kids telling me that they want to work for non-profits than a bunch of kids telling me they want to work for Goldman Sachs but that's just me.
There is nothing wrong with working for a non-profit but if your only reason for doing so is a belief that profit is bad then you're tragically mistaken to the point of being surreal.