Globalization has contributed towards increased interaction between people from different cultures. Due to the increased interactions many employers are demanding new employees to have intercultural skills. Despite implementation of various efforts, studies indicate that students who graduated from agricultural fields in the United States are currently not fully equipped to lead multicultural organizations. The study used Brown’s Processing Value Judgements Model to explore how student blogging on cultural plurality and acceptance of minority identities within majority culture influenced students’ ability to evaluate, reflect and integrate a global mindset. A qualitative content analysis of blogs written by students enrolled in a course designed to enhance and prepare culturally competent leaders was conducted. The results of the study indicate that though students deflected on some of the topics, critical reflection was central in promoting cultural plurality. Within the course, the power and status unit attracted the most attention related to deflection, reflection, and integration by students. Consistent with previous research, the results of the present study indicate exposure to minority identities and cultures may increase intercultural skills. The use of blogging and other innovative methods of education should be considered as a potential technique for increasing cultural competence of agricultural students.