I have stumbled upon it in this video. It is at 42 second.
I know things can get overwhelming when you are out of school, there are no more grades, and all of a sudden people are talking about five-year plans when it feels like you don't know what is happening in five weeks.
I am aware that the present continuous can be used to talk about future plans, but it doesn't appear to have been used in that sense. Would the meaning change if the speaker say ...what will happen...?