Volunteer Assessment Dossiers

Volunteer Assessment DossierThe Volunteer Assessment Dossiers are a complete summary of the tests in the Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project. A dossier was given to each member, and includes a list of tests, with full results, and a certificate with the person's selected position in the Dharma Initiative.

The dossiers were planned to be released on December 15th, 2008, but were released earlier, on November 17th, 2008. This was due to that the Dharma Initiative no longer has the funds to continue its project due to the current financial crisis.

Below is a list of positions and departments.


  • Brick Layer
  • Carpenter
  • Cinematographer
  • Construction
  • Cook
  • Fisherman
  • Gardener
  • Mini Bus Driver
  • Proof Reader
  • Psychologist
  • Radio Operator
  • Research Assistant
  • Teacher

  • Biological Variability Analysis Program
  • Communications Division
  • Human Interaction Analysis Program
  • Human Services Division
  • Infrastructure Program
Some of the positions are the same as advertised by Octagon Global Recruiting, while others are different.

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I can't even watch the show anymore and have LOST complete interest. Who cares now? Liars wrote it, Liars delivered it and Liars had us hanging onto our seats for sooooooo long, we couldn't hold on anymore. I gave up last season and don't intend to watch again, if it even airs. HAHAHA
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