Ms Griffin visited the school and spoke to the senior school students during assembly as part of the college�s Humanities and Social Science Week.
Ms Griffin said any students interested in becoming a Consul General would have to study hard.
�Study the sciences and maths subjects as well as humanities � they are all critical for you to understand the world,� she said.
�Never close yourself to learning.
�Study a language, be open-minded, be flexible and be willing to work overseas.�
Ms Griffin said learning should be a lifelong pursuit.
Head of Humanities and Social Sciences at Perth College Steve Wynhorst said Ms Griffin�s visit was the highlight of the week.
�Her speech covered a range of topics including her career path and experiences around the world as a career diplomat and the special role of educated girls and women in driving positive change around the world,� Mr Wynhorst said.
�I am sure many students have enjoyed it.�