Our Students

BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy works with Jewish-identified emerging adults (15-28).  This population is incredibly diverse, and our program attracts individuals from across the Jewish spectrum.  While we are a program of Ramah in the Rockies, which falls underneath the Conservative movement, BaMidbar is pluralistic and non-denominational.  

Did you know:

5% of students have identified as Hassidic, 27% have identified as Modern Orthodox, 27% have identified as Conservative, and 36% have identified as Reform Jews.  77% of students thus far are male, 18% are female, and 5% identify as non-binary. 23% of students identify as Jews of color, and 28% of students identify as LGBTQ.  BaMidbar’s population is geographically diverse, and students have come from thirteen states and two countries.