This paper discusses the design and outcomes of an international course in Guatemala for nonprofit leadership students. Content analysis of student papers from the course that was created as an experiential seminar demonstrates that university learning goals for global education were achieved. The authors used experiences from an exploratory trip and initial course to design a second course for nonprofit graduate students. Scaffolding to support student reflection about the complexity of a post-conflict environment showed positive results, and selections from participants’ papers demonstrated holistic learning. Students reported increased understanding of the social issues facing clients in the United States and commitment to leadership for positive change. Recommendations are offered on how other instructors might approach creating similar international courses for nonprofit students.