http://www.law.temple.edu/pages/Prospec ... CCRAA.aspx
The current definition of public service jobs is very broad. Although it is subject to change in the future, the actual CCRA text defines public service jobs as " a full-time job in emergency management, government, military service, public safety, law enforcement, public health, public education (including early childhood education), social work in a public child or family service agency, public interest law services (including prosecution or public defense or legal advocacy in low income communities at a nonprofit organization), public child care, public service for individuals with disabilities, public service for the elderly, public library sciences and other school-based services, or at an organization that is described in section 501(c)(3) or the Internal Revenue Code of 986 and exempt for taxation under section 501(a) of the code; or teaching as a full-time faculty member at a Tribal College or University and other faculty teaching in high-needs areas as determined by the Secretary."
That means any nonprofit will qualify you, correct?
edit: Excluding those with significant lobbying interests.