About the Ring
The Cambridge Computer Lab Ring was founded in 2002 as a not-for-profit independent members' association, to enable graduates to get a lifetime benefit from their Cambridge degrees, professionally, technically and socially.
The association's governing council designed a programme of events to allow members not only to re-discover and engage with the intellectual rigour associated with being a graduate of the University, but also to provide the opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new contacts within the computing industry.
In 2012, the Computer Laboratory, adamant that the Ring is an important asset and should be helped to flourish, decided to bring the association in-house. So, in July 2012 the Cambridge Ring moved from constitutional and operational independence to being part of the Computer Laboratory.
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Benefits of Joining the Ring
- Find out what your contemporaries are doing now and stay in touch
- Make new contacts amongst fellow Lab graduates at Ring events
- Stay in touch with the Lab and talk technical
- Receive the Newsletter and stay in touch
- Use the Ring helpline to get advice on business and careers issues
- Find a new job or hire people
- Find a great supplier of technology or consultant through the Ring
- Find a fellow business leader with whom you can chat about current business issues and challenges
- Help build the community by volunteering to give informal careers advice
- Help build the community by volunteering to act as a mentor
- Suggest an idea for a student project at the Laboratory