(19) Eligible entity The term “eligible entity” means a consortium that includes the following: (A) Representatives of not less than 2 of the following categories of entities, 1 of which shall serve as the fiscal agent for the consortium: (i) A local educational agency or a consortium of such agencies. (ii) An educational service agency serving secondary school students. (iii) An area career and technical education school or a consortium of such schools. (iv) An Indian Tribe, Tribal organization, or Tribal educational agency. (v) An institution of higher education whose most common degree awarded is an associate degree, or a consortium of such institutions. (vi) An institution of higher education whose most common degree awarded is a bachelor’s or higher degree, or a consortium of such institutions. (vii) A State educational agency. (B) One or more business or industry representative partners, which may include representatives of local or regional businesses or industries, including industry or sector partnerships in the local area, local workforce development boards, or labor organizations. (C) One or more stakeholders, which may include— (i) parents and students; (ii) representatives of local agencies serving out-of-school youth, homeless children and youth, and at-risk youth (as defined in section 6472 of this title ); (iii) representatives of Indian tribes and Tribal organizations, where applicable; (iv) representatives of minority-serving institutions (as described in paragraphs (1) through (7) of section 1067q(a) of this title ), where applicable; (v) representatives of special populations; (vi) representatives of adult career and technical education providers; or (vii) other relevant community stakeholders.