Chapter 4, Placement Services, formerly career transition period, provides a framework of requirements for career transition services that providers must deliver to Job Corps graduates and former enrollees. Requirements are detailed in the following sections within the chapter: Eligibility for Services; Graduate Services; Former Enrollee Services; and Transition Services. Graduates and former enrollees must be provided placement/transition services consistent with the requirements of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and Job Corps requirements contained herein. They must be afforded personalized career transition services with the goal of placement in full-time jobs, in in-demand industries that are related to their career technical training, and that lead to economic self-sufficiency; enrollment in postsecondary education; enrollment in advanced training programs, including registered apprenticeship programs; or placement in the U.S. Armed Forces. Support services are provided in order for graduates and former enrollees to succeed in the labor market by successfully transitioning from Job Corps to the workforce or higher education in preparation for transitioning into the workforce. They must also establish a network of employers and community service agencies to aide graduates and former enrollees in successfully connecting to and remaining in the workforce.